Two teens charged with doctor muder

PUBLISHED: 16:11 06 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:50 12 August 2010

TWO teenagers are being questioned over the murder of a doctor who died following a vicious attack in a park. The two19-year-old men were arrested yesterday at their homes in Bromley by officers investigating the assault which took place in the early ho

TWO teenagers appeared in court charged with murder of a doctor who died following a vicious attack in a park.

Thomas Connor of Curtismill Way, Orpington and William Paton, of Clarendon Way, Orpington were at Westminster Magistrates Court this morning (August 7).

The two men, both 19, were arrested on Wednesday (August 5) by officers investigating the assault on Nadim Gulamhuseinwalla, 32, which took place in the early hours of July 25 near Buckingham Palace in Green Park, central London.

The medical doctor, who worked as a management consultant, suffered kicks and punches in the unprovoked attack. He died on Wednesday.

Mr Gulamhuseinwalla had been on a night out with friends and decided to take a short cut through the park when he was attacked.

Both men were remanded in custody until they appear at the Old Bailey on November 13.

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