SAUL MURRAY was set up in a honeytrap by Surpreet Dhillon and Temidayo Awe.
The two women planned to steal his Rolex watches, but the bungled robbery led to the father-of-six being murdered in a case that was to be dubbed "The Honeytrap Murder".
Who is Surpreet Dhillon?
Surpreet Dhillon targeted Saul Murray after seeing photos of his Rolex watches, which turned out to be fake, posted to social media platform Instagram.
Dhillon, a mother herself, set up the honeytrap after exchanging messages with Murray and travelling to his home in Luton from London.
The 36-year-old had hatched the plan with friends after seeing posts by Murray which seemingly showed off his wealth and high-end watches.
Who is Temidayo Awe?
Temidayo Awe, a 21-year-old from Gillingham, travelled to Luton with her accomplices to meet Murray for drinks at his home on February 26, 2022.
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CCTV footage showed them arriving at his flat, before Awe was later seen on the same camera leaving the flat.
She was convicted of manslaughter and given a seven-year sentence for her part in the sickening plot.
What happened to Saul Murray?
Murray arranged to meet the two women and invited them to his home in Luton on February 26, 2022.
The women were captured on footage entering the property with him.
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They shared a brandy before Dhillon put date rape drug GHB in Murray's drink.
It is alleged that the levels of the drug used were not enough to knock out Murray so Awe left the property to go and get their other two accomplices.
Two men were seen entering the property 20 minutes later before footage caught the two women leaving together.
They were followed out of the property about 19 seconds later by the two men.
One of the individuals could clearly be seen brandishing a knife.
Murray was found in his flat the following day having died as a result of heavy bleeding from a stab wound which had pierced an artery.
The two unidentified men were tracked down by police using GPS information from a car they were seen fleeing in, with the murderer of Murray found due to a distinctive £1,300 designer coat he was spotted wearing in a takeaway food shop some days earlier.
Ikem Affia was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 25 years, while his accomplice, who was identified as Cleon Brown, was given an 11 year sentence.
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Awe was sentenced to seven years for manslaughter and six years for conspiracy to commit robbery to run concurrently; a total of seven years. She was found not guilty of murder.
Dhillon was sentenced to 10 years for manslaughter and 10 years for conspiracy to commit robbery to run concurrently; a total of 10 years.
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