Man charged with Thamesmead murder after three year investigation

A man has been charged with murder today after an investigation lasting almost three years following a collision near Twin Tumps Way in Thamesmead.

Kai Kinyanjui, 19 was arrested on Tuesday 26th January and charged today.

On 1 February 2018 Monzir Mohammed suffered severe injuries and died over two months later on 1st April 2018.

According to police: “A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as a head injury. The vehicle involved in the collision was found destroyed on a nearby industrial estate in Abbey Wood.

“Kinyanjui was previously arrested on suspicion of attempted murder in March 2018 and then released under investigation.

“Five other people arrested as part of the investigation have all been released. No further action will be taken against them.”

The location of the murder – Twin Tumps Way – runs past McDonalds and Morrisons petrol station leading to various shops in the town.

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One thought on “Man charged with Thamesmead murder after three year investigation

  • January 28, 2021 at 11:51 pm

    At least Monzir Mohammed family will finally get to see some justice and get some closure to this awful incident although it will not bring Monzir Mohammed. back.


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