An Indian man was arrested today at Frankfurt airport over a murder in Scotland 24 years ago, German and Scottish police said. The 51-year-old suspect had just arrived from New Delhi when he was detained on a European arrest warrant for the 1993 murder of Ansar Shah in southwest Scotland. Shah, 36, was stabbed to death in a car park, according to British media. "It is anticipated that proceedings to return the man to Scottish jurisdiction will take place in due course," Scottish police said in a statement. The accused faces life in prison if convicted of the crime. The arrest came after a joint operation between Scottish authorities and law enforcement partners across Europe including Europol, French and German authorities, and the UK National Crime Agency.
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