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Two men found guilty of murdering teenager with 'Rambo' knife in flat in Wolverhampton

Two men have been found guilty of using a 'Rambo' knife to murder a teenage boy in a "ferocious" attack in a flat in Wolverhampton.

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Murderers Omari Lauder, left, and Mpho Obi

Terrell Marshall-Williams, aged 16, was stabbed eight times at the flat in Warnford Walk, Merry Hill, on September 18 last year.

On Friday Omari Lauder, 24, of Wolverhampton Street, Darlaston, and Mpho Obi, 22, of Strathfield Walk, Merry Hill, were both found guilty of his murder.

The two men had denied Terrell's murder and possessing an offensive weapon but were both convicted by a jury following a three-week trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court.

Terrell Marshall-Williams. Photo: West Midlands Police

Obi had earlier admitted possessing heroin and cannabis with intent to supply while Lauder was found not guilty of the same charges.

The pair will be sentenced on July 1.

Mpho Obi. Photo: West Midlands Police
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