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A man has been convicted of murdering a man and stealing his Rolex watch in Greenwich, south-east London.

Danny Pearce, 31, was stabbed to death as he was mugged on King William Walk on 15 July.

Two armed men riding on a moped were said to have carried out the attack, according to the Met Police.

Jordan Bailey-Mascoll, 25, from Dartford, was found guilty of four offences following a trial at Woolwich Crown Court.

In addition to murder, the jury convicted Bailey-Mascoll of robbery, possession of a firearm with intent and possession of an imitation firearm with intent.

Image copyrightMET POLICEDanny Pearce

Image captionDanny Pearce had his watch stolen from him in the attack

The court heard how on the night of his murder Mr Pearce was walking with his girlfriend and two friends to a parked car after leaving a jazz club on Nevada Street.

Shortly after midnight he was confronted by two men on a moped, one of whom was Bailey-Mascoll.

The pair demanded Mr Pearce's Rolex watch and when he refused he was chased, stabbed repeatedly and shot at, with the whole attack witnessed by his terrified friends and partner.

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Image captionDanny Pearce's Silver Rolex Datejust was worth about £5,000

A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as multiple stabbings, but police also found gunshot grazing and evidence of at least four shots fired in Mr Pearce's direction as he attempted to flee.

Bailey-Mascoll was arrested on 30 November and charged the following day. He will be sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court at a later date.

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Image captionDanny Pearce was attacked by two men on a moped

Following Bailey-Mascoll's conviction, Mr Pearce's mother, Jan Pearce, 63, explained how her son's murder had devastated the family.

She said: "He left behind a family who loved him unconditionally, including two sisters and a brother. 

"But it is not only us as adults suffering, Danny's nieces and nephews are grieving and it hurts them in different ways.

"How do you answer a child when they ask where Uncle Danny is?"

Police say Mr Pearce's stolen Rolex has still not been traced.

'Remorseless attack'

Det Insp Jo Sidaway added: "The level of violence used against Danny was truly horrendous and the length of time over which they carried out the attack - up to two minutes - marks it out as the most sustained random stabbing attack I've seen in my 26 years in the police service.

"Danny was repeatedly stabbed as he lay collapsed on the steps of a stranger's house. 

"It was only when his girlfriend shouted out that she'd give them Danny's watch, that they stopped their remorseless attack.

"Without a hint of compassion they grabbed the Rolex and fled the scene."

Police say a second man, aged 21, who was also arrested over the death has been released under investigation.

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From the court

Fiona Irving, BBC South East

Jordan Bailey-Mascoll needed three prison guards to take him down to the cells from the dock after the first guilty verdict, for murder, was read out. 

He then started getting aggressive and a family member shouted out to him from the public gallery: "Jordan don't please don't."

The family of Mr Pearce let out a gasp as the guilty verdict was read out.

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50 minutes ago, WorkingPoor said:

Look at the beard on this perp.........

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A man has been convicted of murdering a man and stealing his Rolex watch in Greenwich, south-east London.

Danny Pearce, 31, was stabbed to death as he was mugged on King William Walk on 15 July.

Two armed men riding on a moped were said to have carried out the attack, according to the Met Police.

Jordan Bailey-Mascoll, 25, from Dartford, was found guilty of four offences following a trial at Woolwich Crown Court.

In addition to murder, the jury convicted Bailey-Mascoll of robbery, possession of a firearm with intent and possession of an imitation firearm with intent.

Image copyrightMET POLICEDanny Pearce

Image captionDanny Pearce had his watch stolen from him in the attack

The court heard how on the night of his murder Mr Pearce was walking with his girlfriend and two friends to a parked car after leaving a jazz club on Nevada Street.

Shortly after midnight he was confronted by two men on a moped, one of whom was Bailey-Mascoll.

The pair demanded Mr Pearce's Rolex watch and when he refused he was chased, stabbed repeatedly and shot at, with the whole attack witnessed by his terrified friends and partner.

Image copyrightMET POLICERolex

Image captionDanny Pearce's Silver Rolex Datejust was worth about £5,000

A post-mortem examination gave the cause of death as multiple stabbings, but police also found gunshot grazing and evidence of at least four shots fired in Mr Pearce's direction as he attempted to flee.

Bailey-Mascoll was arrested on 30 November and charged the following day. He will be sentenced at Woolwich Crown Court at a later date.

Image copyrightMET POLICEMoped

Image captionDanny Pearce was attacked by two men on a moped

Following Bailey-Mascoll's conviction, Mr Pearce's mother, Jan Pearce, 63, explained how her son's murder had devastated the family.

She said: "He left behind a family who loved him unconditionally, including two sisters and a brother. 

"But it is not only us as adults suffering, Danny's nieces and nephews are grieving and it hurts them in different ways.

"How do you answer a child when they ask where Uncle Danny is?"

Police say Mr Pearce's stolen Rolex has still not been traced.

'Remorseless attack'

Det Insp Jo Sidaway added: "The level of violence used against Danny was truly horrendous and the length of time over which they carried out the attack - up to two minutes - marks it out as the most sustained random stabbing attack I've seen in my 26 years in the police service.

"Danny was repeatedly stabbed as he lay collapsed on the steps of a stranger's house. 

"It was only when his girlfriend shouted out that she'd give them Danny's watch, that they stopped their remorseless attack.

"Without a hint of compassion they grabbed the Rolex and fled the scene."

Police say a second man, aged 21, who was also arrested over the death has been released under investigation.

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From the court

Fiona Irving, BBC South East

Jordan Bailey-Mascoll needed three prison guards to take him down to the cells from the dock after the first guilty verdict, for murder, was read out. 

He then started getting aggressive and a family member shouted out to him from the public gallery: "Jordan don't please don't."

The family of Mr Pearce let out a gasp as the guilty verdict was read out.

I walked past the crime scene the next morning - absolutely horrific. Blood all over the porch of a house and up the stairs. The bastards who did this don't deserve to live.

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