Date: 1 Feb 2006
Jason Gerald Abraham-Millership was found dead in the Birmingham Canal near Albion Road, West Bromwich.
He had been kidnapped from outside his home in Park Lane East, Tipton, on the night of 31 January 2006 and was found dead the next day in a canal.
Two people were arrested in connection with his murder but no charges or convictions are known.
The post-mortem stated his cause of death was drowning. He also had superficial wounds consistent with having struggled.
Witnesses had seen him being bundled into a car outside his home on Park Lane East, Tipton, West Midlands during the night.
The police said that they thought that he had been murdered by people that thought that he had been linked to a number of drug overdoses in the Tipton area. Earlier in the evening several people had gone to his house where a heated conversation had happened. They then left. However, it was said that they later returned shortly before midnight and called Jason Abraham-Millership outside again. Jason Abraham-Millership was said to have been in bed at the time but came out and was then forced into the back of a car and then driven off at high speed.
Jason Abraham-Millership had three children and was said to have been a drug addict.