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Fourth man charged with stabbing Liam Harman to death in Harold Hill block of flats

PUBLISHED: 14:06 21 September 2017

Police and forensic team at the scene of the murder in Straight Road Harold Hill

Police and forensic team at the scene of the murder in Straight Road Harold Hill

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A fourth man has been charged with the murder of a 28-year-old man who was stabbed to death in a Harold Hill block of flats in July.

Detectives investigating the murder of Liam Harman, who was killed in Straight Road on July 11, have now charged Cedric Kiyago, 21, in connection with the incident.

Mr Kiyago joins Kamal Hamilton-Albert, 21, of Highfield Road, Woodford Green; Gleneson Mark, 22, of Whitta Road, Manor Park; and Nathan Charles, 22, of no fixed address, was charged with both murder and possession of cannabis in July.

Mr Charles is to appear at the Old Bailey on October 10.

Three other men – two 18-year-olds and a 21-year-old – were arrested on August 3 and have since been released under investigation.

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