In an investigation conducted by Thames Valley Police’s Major Crime Unit, two men have now been convicted in the relation to the death of Kyron Lee (21) in Slough, following a lengthy nine- week trial at Reading Crown Court.
On 2nd October 2022, it was reported that a male had been attacked in Waterman Court, Cippenham. It was established that he was knocked off his bike, where after multiple men exited the car and chased Lee into Waterman Court. The attackers then left the scene in a stolen vehicle.
The prosecutor told the court and jury, “He got up and ran. The attackers, having stabbed him in the street where he fell, gave chase.’
“He was murdered in effectively a planned execution… with multiple machetes or large knives.
CCTV footage was shown to the jury which allegedly captured both the attack and the defendants’ movements.
Khalid Nur (21), of Graylands Close, Slough, was convicted of murder yesterday (26/7) and Mohammed Elgamri (19), of Carter Close, Windsor was also convicted of murder today.
Fras Seedahmed (18) of Surrey Avenue, allegedly was the one driving the stolen vehicle. A court hearing has been scheduled for 11 August.
Two other men from Slough face separate trials which are set to take place later this month. With one suspect, Yaqhub Mussa (21), already having pleaded guilty at a previous hearing on 30th May 2023.
Both Nur and Elgamri are set to be sentenced on September 1st, 2023.