Second man charged over Omani student's murder outside London's Harrods

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - Arseboon Dilbaro was arrested after arriving from Egypt at London's Heathrow Airport on charges including murder of Mohammed Al Araimi of outside Harrods

July 15, 2020

July 15, 2020


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A second man accused of killing an Omani student outside the Harrods luxury department store in London has appeared in court after returning to the UK from Egypt.

Arseboon Dilbaro, 22, of no fixed address, was remanded in custody following a hearing on Wednesday after he was arrested the previous day at London's Heathrow Airport.

He was arrested on charges of murdering Mohammed Al Araimi, 20, grievous bodily harm with intent, attempted robbery and threatening a person with a blade in a public place. Mr Dilbaro will next appear in court on Friday.

Al Araimi was allegedly attacked by two men in London's upmarket Knightsbridge district on December 5 last year while returning from a restaurant in the capital just before midnight.

Al Araimi, the son of a prominent businessman, was a student at King’s College London studying politics and economics.

Court documents allege the two suspects were trying to steal a watch worth between £45,000 (Dh207,000) and £125,000 from the student.

A friend of Al Araimi was found injured at the scene and taken to hospital for treatment. He has since been discharged.

A Kuwaiti man, Badir Alnazi, 24, of no fixed address, was charged in January with the murder of Al Araimi, attempted robbery and possession of a bladed article. He was arrested in London and is in custody.

Updated: July 15, 2020 07:39 PM

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