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People tell how Norwich killer left them in fear of their safety

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A 26-year-old from Norwich convicted of the murder of a man in Northampton had threatened people living in a city estate with a machete six months before his arrest, it has emerged.

Rakeem Leandre was found guilty of the murder of Christopher Allbury-Burridge who was stabbed to death when Leandre and three others turned up at his home to steal cannabis plants on December 11 last year.

Christopher Allbury-Burridge. PIC: Northamptonshire Police. - Credit: Northamptonshire Police

Leandre, of Brewers Court, Norwich, together with Jordan Parker, 24, from Walthamstow and Calum Farquhar, 24, from Leyton, were found guilty of murder while Joel Cyrus, also from Leyton, was convicted of manslaughter.

Jordan Parker who has been found guilty of murder. - Credit: Northampton Police.

The quartet were convicted following a six-week trial at Northampton Crown Court which started at the beginning of last month.

Calum Farquhar who has been found guilty of murder. - Credit: Northampton Police.

People living near to Leandre at Brewers Court, off Mousehold Street in Norwich, have described how the defendant thought he was "untouchable"........

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