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Deliveroo driver Guilherme Messias da Silva, 21, was on his last order of the evening when two vehicles sped down Railton Road and one ploughed into his moped.
Drill artist Lemar Rashawan Urqhart — generally known as Perm — leapt out of the car which had crashed into the takeaway rider, however was gunned down at around 7.50pm on Sunday October 30.
Speaking from her dwelling in Brazil, Mr da Silva’s mother Rosângela Messias de Sousa, 46, said: “I went into despair, screamed, fainted. It’s very sad, my heart is bleeding. It hurts everything.”
She told TV news channel G1 Goias that her son was “cheerful, outgoing and smiling”.
Mr Urqhart was the son of boxer Dillian Whyte’s promoter, Dean Whyte. The heavyweight, who lost to Tyson Fury at Wembley in April, shared tributes on Instagram.
Friends said he had hyperlinks with the ClapTown rap group, which is thought to have feuds with neighbouring gangs.
DCI Sal Minhas, from Specialist Crime, said: “Our thoughts continue to be with the family and friends of Guilherme and Lemar and we are working around the clock to identify and arrest those involved in this incident. The death of these two young men is a stark reminder of the work we need to do to tackle violent crime in our communities.
“While a number of people have come forward with information, we are urging anyone else who has any further details to speak to us on 0208 721 4961 or to Crimestoppers, an independent charity who will treat your information in the strictest of confidence. ”
Chf Supt Colin Wingrove said: “More than a week on from this incident, my thoughts remain with the loved ones of Guilherme and Lemar, who tragically lost their lives.
“We know the impact this has had on the community and have had local officers in the area to answer any questions and provide visible reassurance.
“My colleagues in Specialist Crime continue to work at pace to confirm the sequence of events and I would reiterate their plea for anyone with information to come forward.”
Anyone with information is requested to call the Major Incident Room on 0208 721 4961 or by way of 101 quoting reference CAD 6166/30Oct. To stay nameless call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.