A MAN has been jailed for four years for helping a murderer who killed a 21-year-old in Slough.

Kyron Lee was knocked from his bike in Earls Lane by a stolen black Golf on October 2 last year at about 8.50pm.

He was then chased into Waterman Close and stabbed with ‘machete-like’ weapons. He died from ‘multiple stab wounds’.

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Inside the vehicle that chased Kyron were five men – three of which stood trial at Reading Crown Court, starting on June 1, charged with murder: Khalid Nur, 20, Fras Seedahmed, 18, of Slough and Mohammed Elgamri, 18, of Windsor.

The jury found two of those defendants, Nur and Elgamri, guilty of murder. Yaqhub Mussa, 21, pleaded guilty prior to trial.

Ahmad Hassan, 24, of Blackwell Court, Slough, was found guilty of one count of assisting an offender, Elgamri, by unanimous verdict by transporting him on October 3 and between October 13 and October 18, 2022.

At Reading Crown Court on Friday (October 27), he was jailed for four years which he will serve half of in custody before being released on licence.

Hassan was found not guilty of two further counts of assisting an offender.

Fuad Nur, 28, of Graylands Close, Slough was also sentenced on Friday (October 27) after being found guilty of one count of failing to provide his mobile phone PIN when required to do so by unanimous verdict.

He was sentenced to 12-month prison sentence, suspended for 18 months. He will also need to complete 150 hours of unpaid work.

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He was found not guilty to one count of assisting an offender after being accused of assisting Nur (Khalid) between October 2 and October 5 by booking him flights to ‘flee the country’.

A full report including details of the sentencing and mitigation will be published later today on the Slough Observer (October 27).