Detectives hunting the killers of a shop assistant who was shot as he looked after a relative's store have doubled a reward to £20,000.
Thuy Van Le, 32, was shot by two robbers at the Spanish Wines store in Old Trafford, Manchester, on December 15, 2005. His attackers also robbed an off licence in Moss Side within half-an-hour of the incident.

An armed trio escaped with cash after robbing a Co-op store in Derby as a security firm made a delivery to an ATM machine.
The gang threatened the guard and staff with a gun and punched the guard in the face. They made off with four cash boxes in a stolen car.
The cash boxes were later recovered in Scropton, Derbyshire. Red dye was emitted from one after its security device was triggered.

Coventry police have launched an appeal for information following an armed robbery at a One-Stop store in Coundon.
Three men armed with a handgun and crowbars threatened staff at Westhill Road in the early hours and made off with cash.

An Asian retailer was beaten and hijacked by a gang who demanded cash.
The 46-year-old, who has not yet been named by police, was driving from Bolton to London when he was forced from the road. He was punched in the face and made to drive back to the Premier Food and Tipple store in Little Lever, Bolton.
The attackers forced him to open the safe and hand over £1,000. He was then dumped bound and gagged by the roadside.

A masked robber escaped with cash after brandishing a knife at a store on the Isle of Man. The man, who wore a black hat and stocking over his head, struck at Farm Hill Stores in Braddan.