A 25-year-old man has been convicted of killing Isleworth man Darryl McClymont nearly two years ago.

Mohamed Aradour of Loman House Kennington SE11, was found guilty of manslaughter at the Old Bailey on Tuesday (December 16) and will be sentenced at a later date. Aradour had previously been found guilty of conspiracy to falsely imprison in 2014.

Police were called to Ferney Meade Way, Isleworth at around midnight on Saturday 29 December 2012 to reports of a man who had been stabbed. They found a member of the public administering first aid to Mr McClymont, who was lying on the pavement having been assaulted and stabbed in the heart.

Manslaughter victim Darryl McClymont
Manslaughter victim Darryl McClymont
 

Witnesses reported hearing a commotion and seeing two men attempting to lift Mr McClymont into a waiting vehicle but then abandoning him and driving away in a silver car, which was followed out of the estate by Mr MClymont's stolen Mazda. On New Year's Day 2013, the London Fire Brigade found the stolen Mazda ablaze in Addiscombe. Whilst at the scene fire officers noticed a man with a petrol canister. The man made off but police officers later searching the scene discovered a receipt for a petrol canister purchased the day before.

Subsequent enquiries led detectives to Jermaine Reid, 23, of Peckham, who was convicted of Mr MClymont's manslaughter on 15 November 2013, at the Old Bailey. Convicted alongside him on the same date was Ange Desie Akapea, 23 also of Peckham. Both men were jailed for a total of 29-years.

Guilty: Mohamed Aradour
Guilty: Mohamed Aradour
 

On the 15 November 2013, at the Old Bailey, Aradour was found not guilty of murder. The jury were unable to reach a decision on a charge of manslaughter. He was convicted of conspiracy to falsely imprison. However Richard Reis-Relvas, 25 of Lockwood House SE11 was convicted of conspiracy to falsely imprison and sentenced to four years and three months.

DCI Diane Tudway of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: "None of the men convicted in connection with the death of Darryl MClymont have ever given any indication as to why Darryl was targeted, nor have they ever shown any remorse for his death. I am pleased that Aradour has been convicted today and whilst Darryl's family will take little comfort in this, I hope that it will allow them to move forward with their lives in anyway they can."