Two people have been found guilty of their involvement in the violent and unprovoked assault of a Kurdish asylum seeker.

Reker Ahmed, 17, suffered a fractured spine, a bleed on the brain and facial fractures following the incident outside The Goat pub, in Broom Road, shortly after midnight on March 31.

Before this latest trial, five people had already either pleaded guilty or been found guilty for their involvement in the attack.

Now George Jeffrey, 21, of Uvedale Close, New Addington and Ben Harmen, 21 of Woodside, can be added to the list as both were found guilty of two counts of violent disorder at Croydon Crown Court on February 1.

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Detective Superintendent Jane Corrigan, from Croydon Borough, called the attack "disgraceful and brutal".

"The victim’s friends who witnessed the incident said they thought the suspects were going to kill their friend," she said.

"Having seriously assaulted him, they were compelled to go back and attack him further.

“The injuries he suffered were so significant that he is now experiencing long-lasting trauma as a result.

"I hope some solace can be taken in the fact that my officers have worked diligently in bringing the offenders to justice; and today’s result is a testament to their hard work and determination to hold those responsible to account.”

On November 9, a then 17-year-old boy from Croydon, George Walder, 21 of Myrtle Road, Addington and Liam Neylon, now 20 of Ferris Avenue, Addington were each convicted of two counts of violent disorder.

James Neves, 23, of no fixed address, previously pleaded guilty on August 18 to one count of violent disorder and a then 17-year-old girl from Croydon pleaded guilty on December 8, to one count of affray.

All seven defendants will be sentenced at the same court on March 2.