Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Three men wanted as part of murder investigation into Thurrock man

DETECTIVES are releasing images of three men who are wanted in connection with the murder of Robert Powell.

Nana Oppong, 40, from Stratford, Israar Shah, 36, from Brentwood and Temitope Adeyinka, also 36 and from Stratford, are believed to have been involved in the death of 50-year-old Robert, who was shot multiple times outside an address on Water Lane in Roydon during the early hours of Saturday 13 June.

Nana Oppong, who is also known as Enz is 5ft 6ins tall, of a proportionate build and has links to the East London areas.

Israar Shah, who also goes by the name of Slick, is 6ft 1ins tall, of a slim build and is known to have links to East London and Romford.

Temitope Adeyinka, also known as Limo, is 5ft 8ins and of a medium build. He has links to areas in East London, in particular Stratford and Bow.

Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Stephen Jennings, who is leading the investigation said:

“I would strongly urge Nana Oppong, Israar Shah and Temitope Adeyinka to contact police and hand themselves in.

“Members of the public who see any of these men are asked not to approach them and call 999 immediately.

“We have a team of people dedicated to this investigation, working extremely hard around the clock to find the person or people responsible for Robert’s death.

“Speaking to Oppong, Shah and Adeyinka is a significant part of our investigation and we need them, or anyone with information about where they are, to get in contact with us.

“Anybody who is found to be assisting these men in any way will be subject to a thorough investigation and could find themselves prosecuted for assisting an offender.”

If you have information on the whereabouts of Nana Oppong, Israar Shah and Temitope Adeyinka please call 999 immediately.

Alternatively, contact independent crime-fighting charity Crimestoppers completely anonymously on 0800 555 111 or


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