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The two perpetrators were found guilty in Old Bailey and will be convicted at a later date

Two men were today and wilkl found guilty in the murder of an 18-year-old in Dulwich.

Kieran Robinson, 22, of Streatham and Sean Robinson, 27, of Money were convicted in Old Bailey for the murder of Donnell Rhule, and will be convicted on a date to be confirmed.

Kl. 18:30 on July 8, 2020, police were called to a number of stores in Seeley Drive on the Kingswood Estate after Donnell Rhule was found with stab wounds.

The young man died shortly after.

Kieran Robinson

Sean Robinson

Detective Sergeant Iain Law of Specialist Crime Command said: “Today justice has been done to Donnell Rhule and his family. He was a young man who had the rest of his life ahead of him.

“He had been at the center of this investigation and we have done everything we can to ensure that those responsible for his gross murder are held to account. They can both expect a long period behind bars. ”

The court heard how Donnell felt about a group of friends when he confronted Kieran Robinson after he was seen irregularly on a moped around the property.

Kieran Robinson was joined by his cousin, Sean Robinson, who was traveling as a passenger in a car driven by another man.

Witnesses reported hearing Sean encourage Kieran to attack the victim until he stabbed Donnell three times with a Rambo-style knife. One of the strikes pierced Donnell’s heart.

Donnell and a friend ran from the area down an alley that was chased by both Kieran and Sean on the moped. A witness reported seeing Sean Robinson carry a large knife.

Both men rode out of the goods on the moped. Donnell was left dead and collapsed on a nearby patch of grass. Members of the public provided first aid until the arrival of the emergency aid.

Kieren and Sean were later arrested and interviewed about their involvement in the attack. Kieran Robinson made no comment during his interview, though he later claimed he acted in self-defense after Donnell threatened him with a knife. There was no evidence that this happened.

Sean Robinson claimed that he had gone to the estate to buy cannabis and that he was not involved in the attack.

A third man, Eren Inniss, 27, was found guilty of murder in the same trial.

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