Men sentenced for Milton Keynes murder

Mohamed Noor (left) and Albert Prempeh. Credit: Thames Valley Police


Two men have been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 30 years each following a murder in Milton Keynes.

Mohamed Noor, aged 33, of Radworthy, Furzton, and Albert Prempeh, aged 35, of no fixed abode, were convicted and sentenced of murder after a 15 day trial at Luton Crown Court.

The conviction follows the murder of Suhaib Mohammed, aged 19, who was shot in Eaglestone last September.

Noor and Prempeh had approached a property in Osprey Close. Noor, who was holding a gun, put his arm through the window and shot Mr Mohammed in the armpit. He died later at Milton Keynes General Hospital. Prempeh waited outside the property while the shooting took place, and the pair then fled the scene together.

Senior Investigating Officer Det Ch Insp Mike Lynch, of the Thames Valley Police Major Crime Unit, said Justice has been done.

“The motive behind this killing is unclear, but it appears that Mr Mohammed was not the intended victim. Noor and Prempeh’s reckless and callous actions have caused a young man to lose his life.”


Date Published: Mon 27 Mar 2017

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