A Northolt man has been found guilty of the murder of a woman in Oxfordshire.
Charles Noble, of Kempton Avenue, Ealing, was found guilty of the murder of Kerry Reeves along with Billy Johnson, of Ripon Court, Corby, Northamptonshire.
Thames Valley Police has also released CCTV footage (above) showing the moments after the murder.
The pair were given their verdicts on Friday (May 27) following a 15-day trial in Oxford Crown Court.
Noble was found unanimously guilty of one count of murder, as was Johnson, by the jury and the duo will be sentenced on Tuesday (May 31).
The 26-year-old victim had was shot at point blank range with a sawn-off shotgun, in Thornhill Walk, Abingdon, on November 3 before she died in hospital two days later.
'Neither men showed any remorse'
Senior investigating officer, detective chief inspector Mike Lynch, said: "Today (May 27) the jury at Oxford Crown Court found Billy Johnson and Charles Noble responsible for the murder of Kerry Reeves.
"It is with regret that neither of the men showed any remorse for taking the life of an innocent woman by shooting her at point blank range on that evening on 3rd November 2015.
"Kerry’s murder has had a huge impact on her family and the community of Abingdon.
"Although there can be no sense of happiness at today’s convictions of Billy Johnson and Charles Noble, I hope there is a sense of justice for Kerry’s mother, Nicky and her family."
Chief Crown Prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), Adrian Foster, said the convicted duo were known to the victim.
But he added there has been "a number of instances of violence and harassment between them and their respective friends for over a year".
He said that the victim, and her friends, were ambushed by Noble and Johnson before she was shot at close range to the face with a sawn-off shotgun.
It is believed that Johnson pulled the trigger but both he and Noble played a "significant role in this planned attack", he added.
Mr Foster said: "They both acted jointly, together, and are clearly extremely ruthless, calculated and violent individuals.
"We know that nothing will bring Kerry back to her family and friends, but we hope that today’s convictions bring them at least a small sense that justice has been done.
"Our thoughts are very much with them all at this time.
"I would like to pay tribute to Kerry’s family and friends and the witnesses for their wholehearted support of the investigation and prosecution."
Mr Foster said that both Noble and Johnson, who denied the murder, answered "no comment" during police interviews.
But he added they were linked to the murder with telephone evidence, Internet search history and CCTV.