Two Teenagers In Court Accused of Murdering Vulnerable Man

Dean Mayley was stabbed after getting off a bus in Greenford

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Dean with his 7 year old nephew

Below CCTV images of Dean Mayley, showing him getting off a bus in Ruislip Road East, junction with Clifton Road, Greenford, and walking away shortly before he was murdered:

Murder Investigation After Stabbing on Ruislip Road

Last Movements of Dean Mayley


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Two 17 year olds will appear in court today charged with killing Dean Mayley in Greenford.

The 24-year-old - from Northolt - who had learning difficulties - was stabbed on Ruislip Road, Greenford, at approximately 17.20hrs on Friday, 7 February.

Police released CCTV footage showing some of his last movements.

In the footage, the 24-year-old is seen getting off an E9 bus in Ruislip Road East, Greenford, at around 16.25hrs on Friday, 7 February and walking away in the direction of The Broadway.

Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, is leading the investigation.

He said: "I hope this footage might help people to recall the events that led to Dean's tragic death.

"This was a vulnerable man who would have shown an unusual degree of trust in those who he came across and it is utterly sickening that he should have been set upon in this way.''

Two teenagers arrested on Saturday (15th February) have been charged with murder. They have also been accused of conspiracy to rob and possession of an offensive weapon.

They will appear in custody at Willesden Youth Court today.


17th February 2014