Druggie sibling stranglers guilty
by Lorraine King Two junkie brothers have been convicted of carrying out a series of strangulation robberies on lone women in affluent parts of the city. Matthew Mykoo, 27, of Windsor Road, Willesden, teamed up with his 28-year-old siblin
by Lorraine King
Two junkie brothers have been convicted of carrying out a series of strangulation robberies on lone women in affluent parts of the city.
Matthew Mykoo, 27, of Windsor Road, Willesden, teamed up with his 28-year-old sibling Daniel, of Fulham Court, Fulham Road, Fulham, to rob their vulnerable victims of their handbags, jewellery and watches during a three-month spree.
Daniel had pleaded guilty to 19 counts of robbery and two motor vehicle offences.
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Matthew had admitted two robberies, was found guilty of seven and acquitted of eight which had included the fashion designer Nicole Fahri.
Wood Green Crown Court heard the pair would purposely prey on women in areas such as St. John's Wood, Belsize Park, Fulham and Queen's Park.
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Detectives believe Daniel would strangle them while Matthew stole their belongings.
The pair were snared after they were pulled over by the police while driving the car they stole of one of their victims.
It had been fitted with false plates.
The pair will be sentenced on July 23.
Full report on this story will be in the Times on July 2.