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  1. Two women seduced victim who had posed on Instagram with Rolexes before drugging him with date rape drug GHB and killing him for his watches - after string of similar attacks on other men Saul Murray, 33, was fatally stabbed in the thigh at his Luton home last February He had been targeted by women Surpreet Dhillon, 35 and Temidayo Awe, 21 The women were working with accomplices Ikram Affia, 31, and Cleon Brown, 29 A man who posed on Instagram with two Rolexes was murdered after two women used the date rape drug GHB in an attempt to rob him of the watches - before he was fatally stabbed in the thigh by one of their two male accomplices. Saul Murray, 33, had been targeted by Surpreet Dhillon, 35, and Temidayo Awe, 21, who seduced and stripped him after meeting up at his Luton home on February 27 last year. Mr Murray was found naked in a pool of blood in the communal entrance to the flats in New Town Street, after the two men working with the women - Ikram Affia, 31, and Cleon Brown, 29 - entered his home to snatch his valuable items. CCTV played to the jury at Luton Crown Court showed the women leaving the flat, followed 19 seconds later by the two men. A large knife was in the right hand of Affia. Mr Murray was found naked in a pool of blood in the communal entrance to the flats in New Town Street, after the two men working with the women - Ikram Affia, 31, and Cleon Brown, 29 - entered his home to snatch his valuable items (Pictured: One of the targeted Rolexes) A jury found Affia, of Hackney, London, guilty of murder on Tuesday. Dhillon, of London; Brown, of South Hackney and Awe, of Gillingham, were convicted of the manslaughter of Mr Murray. They will be sentenced at a later date. All four defendants were convicted of conspiring to rob him between February 8 and February 28. Ikem Affia was also found guilty of having a blade. Prosecutor Jane Bickerstaff KC said: 'Mr Murray can be seen just a few seconds after the men. He is hobbling and completely naked. He opens the communal door and falls over and dies.' She said a night shift worker dialled 999 after returning home to the flats an hour and a half later and saw Mr Murray in a pool of blood. A post mortem found he died from a deep wound to his thigh. It penetrated his femoral artery and he bled out. Opening the case, Ms Bickerstaff said the murder took place in the very early hours of Sunday February 27 last year. She said: 'The prosecution's case is that Surpreet Dhillon made contact with Saul Murray via Instagram on 9th February after he posted pics of himself wearing two Rolex watches. The contact then moved to WhatsApp.' The four defendants travelled to Luton from London late on Saturday February 26 in a Mercedes A Class car that Brown had hired. The prosecutor said: 'They went to steal items from Mr Murray that they believed were of high value. They were mob handed and armed. Ikem Affia had a knife. 'They were aware that Saul Murray would be present in his home and could not have expected he would give up his watches and other high value items he had without any resistance. 'They agreed to use force and threats and agreed to the use of a sedative substance - the GHB that was given to Mr Murray to knock him out.' The jury was told Mr Murray met the two women outside his flat. The two male defendants went off in the car and used a Drive-thru McDonalds. Samples taken from the victim's body showed he had drunk alcohol that would have given him only a 'mild degree of intoxication.' He had also consumed cannabis. The prosecutor said: 'Traces of GHB, which has potent sleep-inducing properties, was found. It is only prescribed in limited circumstances and is more usually obtained in the illicit drugs market. 'The level found in Mr Murray would support the scenario that it had been administrated some time before he died.' She said it was the prosecution's case that the two women had shared brandy with Mr Murray and 'they gave him GHB to knock him out.' The prosecutor said: 'Ms Dhillon and Ms Awe admit entering the flat with GHB and giving it to him. They admit they have done this before - setting up men and stealing items from them, including watches, while those men are asleep. The men set up were also given GHB.' She said at some point there was plainly some degree of sexual activity between the two women and Mr Murray. Swabs from both sides of his face and neck contained DNA from both women. Judge Michael Simon will sentence all four at a later date. They were remanded in custody. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-11622999/Two-women-seduced-victim-posed-Instagram-Rolexes-drugging-killing-him.html
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