Police have charged three people in connection with the murder of a 27-year-old on a South London high street.
A Met spokesperson confirmed Momodou Lamin Faal, 27, had been charged with murder on Friday (December 23) at a residential property in Kent.
Two others, Olushola Eletu and Elishah Anderson, both 39, were arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
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The victim, 27-year-old Jobari Gooden, was stabbed to death in daylight on a busy high street in Peckham.
Officers rushed to reports of a fight outside House of Ramish 2 Barber’s on Choumert Road, SE15, at around 3.15pm on December 17.
Jobari was rushed to hospital suffering with stab wounds, but was pronounced dead at just past 6pm that night.
Police confirmed the victim’s family have been informed and continue to be supported by specialist officers.
The three people charged will appear in Croydon Magistrates Court on Monday (December 27).
Detectives are still investigating and have appealed to the public for witnesses to come forward.
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In a desperate plea to the public, Detective Chief Inspector Brian Howie, the senior investigating officer, said: “My thoughts, first and foremost, are with Jobari’s family.
“We will continue to offer them every support. This attack took place in the early afternoon and in the middle of Peckham Rye.
“We know the area was busy, with people going to the shops or the market. I expect that many people saw the fight, the knife that was used and the subsequent fatal attack.
“We desperately need those people to come forward.”
He noted that while they appreciated giving evidence would be “daunting” it could help bring “justice”.
“Our officers are experienced and will treat any information sensitively,” he said. “If you know anything that could help us, please make that call or go online and tell us what you know.”
A police spokesperson added: “Detectives continue to appeal for witnesses and information about the incident.
“To contact police directly, please call 101 and quote CAD 4252/17DEC. You can also report information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
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