Detectives find car belonging to Neasden man murdered in Isleworth
Killers of Darryl McClymont dumped his Mazda 3 in south London
Detectives investigating the murder of a Neasden man have recovered his car which was stolen by his killers.
Darryl McClymont, who grew up on the St Raphael’s Estate, was stabbed to death on Sunday at around midnight in Isleworth.
According to witnesses, the killers attempted to dump the 23-year-old’s body into the boot of his silver Mazda 3 but left him on the road after they were disturbed.
They fled in the car which was driven by a third person and also had two passengers.
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Yesterday (Monday), officers found the car in south London.
A source told the Times shortly before he was stabbed Mr McClymont, whose nickname was ‘Jim Jones’, had been at a bar in Brentford and was targeted after leaving the venue.
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They added he was robbed of an expensive watch before he was knifed.
The suspects are two black men in their early to mid-20s of proportionate build.
Both were wearing dark clothes.
Detectives are appealing for anyone with information about the killing to come forward.
DCI John McFarlane said: “Were you in the area of the murder at around midnight on Saturday (December 29) into Sunday (December 30)? If you have seen any of the events leading up to the murder or immediately afterwards, I would urge you to get in touch as soon as possible.”
Anybody with information should call the incident room on 020 8721 4005 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.