Three Still Sought After Man Convicted of Southall Stabbing

Investigation into killing of Augustus Fenton in 2017 continues

Images of the three men being sought by police
Images of the three men being sought by police


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Images of three men the police wish to speak to in connection with the killing of a man in Southall in 2017 have been released.

The photos have been published following the conviction of 23-year-old Ilyaas Maalin for the manslaughter of Augustus Fenton.

Maalin was sentenced at the Old Bailey on Thursday, 17 March to ten years and nine months for the killing and two years and three months for violent disorder with the sentences running consecutively. He is the second person to be convicted in connection with the crime but police believe five men were involved in the attack. In September 2017, Mohamed Abdillahi was sentenced to a total of 18 years’ imprisonment for manslaughter.

27-year-old Augustus Fenton was stabbed in Featherstone Road, Southall on 28 March 2017. He was taken to hospital but died the next day.

DCI Katherine Goodwin, Specialist Crime, said, “Despite the convictions of these two men, our murder investigation continues. With a team of dedicated, tenacious and skilled detectives, we are determined to bring to justice all of those responsible for killing Augustus and seriously injuring another man in his 30s who was also stabbed during the attack.

“Augustus was attacked twice on the afternoon of 28 March 2017, initially in King Street, Southall and minutes later by a group of five males in Featherstone Road. Augustus was fatally stabbed during this second attack.

"Our enquiries to trace the three others who attacked Augustus are making progress.

“Following today’s conviction, we can name three men we wish to speak with, all of whom were born in Somalia and are thought to have left the UK”

The men sought are Mohamed Abdulhi Abdi, (born 2/10/1994), Mohamed Abdi Mohammed, (born 26/12/1998), and Mohammed Mohammed, (born 1/10/1998).

The images released were taken on in Southall on the day of the killing.

Anyone who has information as to their whereabouts is asked to call the incident room on 020 8785 8244. If you wish to remain anonymous you can contact Crimestoppers.

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March 22, 2022

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