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Photo: Two further arrests made in the murder of Adeniyi Lateef Shode - Metropolitan Police UK

Police investigating the murder of a man in Northolt five years ago have made two further arrests.

Adeniyi Lateef Shode, also know as "Aden", died on May 2 2011, after being stabbed but four people who were arrested were released without charge. Since then no one has ever been charged in relation to the murder of the victim, from Edgware.
On Wednesday, 8 June, a 25-year-old man [G] surrendered to a north London police station and was arrested for conspiracy to murder. A 22-year-old woman [B] was further arrested for conspiracy to murder at an address in Watford. They have both been bailed to a date in mid-August.

In May this year, a 23-year-old man [E] and 24-year-old man [F] were arrested on suspicion of murder at addresses in north London.

Both have been bailed to return, pending further enquiries, on dates in mid-June.
Officers continue to appeal for witnesses and information and are offering a reward of up to £20,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person or persons responsible.

Adeniyi, of Edgware, was discovered collapsed close to the junction of Rowdell Road, Ealing Road, and Kensington Road, at approximately 20:50hrs on 2 May 2011.

He had suffered stab injuries. He was taken to St Mary's Hospital and died of his injuries later that night. His mother Antonia Francis said in an earlier appeal:

"All our family thinks about Aden every day. We remember his laugh and smile and he always remains in our thoughts. It still hurts us to think that whoever killed Aden is still out there and we pray that it doesn't happen to anyone else's family. I would ask anyone who may be able to help us to speak to the police. If you are not happy talking to the police then please tell someone and get them to pass the information on. What is important is that the police can track down whoever took my son from us."

Detective Inspector Garry Moncrieff, from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said:

"Although five years have passed, officers remain committed to bringing Aden's killers to justice. Allegiances may have changed over this time and those who may know who is responsible for Aden's death may not have the same sense of duty to those involved. We strongly believe that people out there may know who murdered Aden and why. Anyone with any detail, no matter how minor, is urged to contact police. It may provide closure to Aden's family who want to see justice done."

Source: Metropolitan Police

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