A SECOND man has been convicted of manslaughter for his role in a violent incident which led to the killing of Augustus Fenton in Southall.

The murder investigation continues, and detectives have named three other men they wish to trace.

Ilyaas Maalin, 23, of no fixed address but from the Southall area, was arrested in Holland in May 2019 and extradited back to the UK a year ago.

At a previous hearing he pleaded guilty to violent disorder. However, following a trial at Kingston Crown Court, he was also convicted of manslaughter and sentenced at the Old Bailey today (17). He was jailed for a total of 13 years.

Augustus Fenton, 27, was stabbed in Featherstone Road, Southall, in March 2017.

A murder probe led to the conviction of Mohamed Abdillahi for manslaughter and violent disorder. He was sentenced to a total of 18 years in jail.

“Following today’s conviction, police can name three men they wish to speak to, all of whom were born in Somalia and are thought to have left the UK. They are Mohamed Abdulhi Abdi, 27, Mohamed Abdi Mohammed, 23, and
Mohammed Mohammed, also 23.

They are pictured on the day of the killing in Southall.

Anyone who has information on their whereabouts is asked to call the incident room on 020 8785 8244.