Ahmed Yasin-Ali homicide probe: Detectives are on the lookout for “uncommon” blue Mazda 2 GT sports activities vehicles | London Night Customary


The teenager was heard begging, “No, no, don’t do this” when he was ambushed and beaten by a gang in Maida Hill in the early hours of July 15.

On Sunday, officials released two images showing a blue Mazda 2 GT Sport showing cloned license plates with the registration LD17CXS.

The car had been given a parking ticket on the Barrow Hill Estate in St. John’s Wood five days before the murder.

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A third picture shows the same car at 12:28 p.m. on July 15 on Woodfield Road, minutes before the murder on nearby Elmfield Way. The car has not yet been recovered.

Detective Chief Inspector Vicky Tunstall said, “Mazda 2 GT sports cars are relatively rare as a make and model of this color.

“I appeal to everyone who, for example, works in the automotive industry and has recently bought or sold such a vehicle to get in touch. It is important that we track this vehicle as soon as possible.


“If any member of the public recently bought or sold a Mazda GT Sport in this color, I need to hear from you.

“This car was involved in the death of a young man whose life was tragically and unnecessarily taken. Finding this car will be key to our investigation, and my team will leave no stone unturned in their efforts to find it.

“Have you seen a vehicle like this parked in a parking lot or on a street? Regardless of the registration, please contact us.

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“Has anyone recently asked you to use or lock their garage, and if so, was it used to store a car?

“No matter how unimportant you think your information might be, please don’t hesitate, what you know can actually be important information. Tell us what you know and leave the rest to us. ”

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Three men in their twenties and a 17-year-old boy were arrested in connection with the murder and released on bail pending a date in August.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police on 101 or tweet @MetCC stating 185 / 15Jul. To remain 100% anonymous, call the independent Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.