The three suspects wanted by British police in the murder of 10-year-old Sara Sharif have left for London, according to sources.
The suspects, who include Sara's father, stepmother, and uncle, left for London via Sialkot on Wednesday. They are wanted by Surrey Police in connection with Sara's death.
They are expected to be involved in the investigation into Sara's death.
Earlier on Tuesday, five siblings of Sara Sharif were sent to government childcare facility temporarily.
The children, who are aged between one and 13, were found at the home of their grandfather in Jhelum, after their father, Urfan Sharif, stepmother Beinash Batool, and his brother Faisal Malik left the UK with them on August 10, a day after Sara was found dead at their family home in Woking, Surrey.
The children appeared in court in Jhelum, where a judge ruled that they should be sent to the government childcare facility.
The ruling did not state how long the children may be kept in the facility, or where they will ultimately be sent.
The children's grandfather, Muhammad Sharif, who is Urfan Sharif's father, had made a request to the court for the children to stay with him, but it was denied.
Sharif has repeatedly denied being in touch with his son or knowing where he is.