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Car sought following Sunday stab death

KILLED: Darryl McClymont

A SILVER Mazda 3 car seen driving away from the scene of a fatal stabbing in west London on Sunday (Dec 30) is being sought by police.

The car, registration OY09 YVO - belonged to the victim, 23-year-old Darryl McClymont, but was driven away from the scene of his killing by a driver with two passengers also inside.

It is believed that the passengers, described as two black males, aged in their early to mid-20s, were seen attempting to lift the body of Darryl, before they were disturbed. The car then drove out of the estate in Ferney Meade Way, Isleworth. There is no description of the driver, who remained in the car.

Detective Chief Inspector John McFarlane, said: "I am very keen to trace this vehicle and would appeal to anyone with information to give my team a call.

"Did you see the car in the area of the murder at around midnight on Saturday into Sunday (Dec 30)? If you believe you may have seen this car anywhere subsequently, I would also urge you to get in touch as soon as possible."

Police were called at around midnight on Sunday to reports of a man stabbed.

Officers and London Ambulance Service attended but the man was pronounced dead at the scene at 12.47am.

There have been no arrests at this time and officers continue to work to establish the circumstances of and motivation for the killing. 

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS CAR: Image of the car driving away from the scene of the crime

APPEAL: Generic shot of the Mazda 3 seen driving away from the stabbing

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