Man found not guilty of Turnpike Lane murder

Ali Armagan was shot and killed as he sat in a car near Turnpike Lane station

Ali Armagan was shot and killed as he sat in a car near Turnpike Lane station

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A man has been found not guilty of murdering a man who was shot near Turnpike Lane station.

Omer Murat, 27, of no fixed address, was found not guilty of murdering Ali Armagan, in Langham Parade, on February 1, 2012.

Charged on January 14, 2014, Mr Murat was arrested at St Pancras Station after returning on a train from France.

Mr Armagan was shot at close range as he sat in an Audi A8 in Langham Parade.

A jury at the Old Bailey cleared Mr Murat of the charge today.

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