Two Nigerians including an undergraduate student, among four jailed for murder of a man over wristwatches in the UK
Two Nigerians, Temidayo Awe and Ikem Affia, are among four persons arrested for killing a man, Saul Murray, in the United Kingdom.
According to reports, the 33-year-old man was killed by the gang in order to have access to his Rolex wristwatches. Murray was said to have flaunted his wristwatches on the social media, a move that attracted the gang to him.
It is reported that he was found d£ad with st@b wo¥nds at his flat in Lutron on February 27, 2022. Detectives identified Affia, 31, as the main suspect responsible for Murray’s d£ath after looking at hours of CCTV footage.
Apart from Affia and Awe, a 21-year-old student of Coventry University, others arrested and sentenced after trial were Surpreet Dhillion, 35, and Cleon Brown, 29.
The police tagged the m¥rder of Murray: “Honeytrap killing.” A video on Channel 4’s “24 Hours in Police Custody”, showed how the killers had access to Murray.
It is reported that Murray posted himself with two watches on Instagram.
Awe and Dhillion saw the display and began a conversation with him.
They then agreed to meet Murray at his flat. The two lades along with two Affia and Brown, both men, drove in a Mercedes A Class Brown had hired from London to Luton on the day of the attack.
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