Mitcham teenager charged with manslaughter of Tooting pensioner

Mashboor Hussein died following the robbery at his home on February 11

Mashboor Hussein died following the robbery at his home on February 11

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A second man has been charged with killing Tooting pensioner Mashboor Hussain, who died following an armed robbery at his home.

Kofi Yeboah, 19, of Belgrave Walk, Mitcham was charged yesterday with aggravated burglary and manslaughter.

He was remanded in custody and will appear at Bromley Magistrates Court tomorrow, February 24.

Mr Hussain, 73, died on Tuesday, February 11, after armed robbers entered his home in Selkirk Road.

It is believed he suffered a heart attack following the robbery.

One man, 20-year-old Aaron Burnett, of no fixed address, has already been charged with Mr Hussain's murder.

He has been remanded in custody and will appear at Woolwich Crown Court on March 5.

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