Man charged over Thamesmead stabbing death

08:52 17 June 2013

The Hornchurch victim remains in hospital

The Hornchurch victim remains in hospital

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A man has been charged with the murder of a 56-year-old who was found dead in Thamesmead on Saturday.

Daha Mohammed, 51, of Abbotts Close, will appear at Bexley Magistrates’ Court today.

Colin Greenway was found with his throat cut at a property on Abbotts Close on Saturday, after police were called around 2pm to reports of a disturbance.

A post-mortem examination on Sunday gave the cause of death as incised wounds to the throat.

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