Family of man murdered in Woodford Green speak of their loss
The family of Luke Harwood have said he will never be forgotten, in a statement issued by the police.
They said Mr Harwood is “greatly missed by so many people”.
The family, of Hornchurch, added: “He was so young and had so much life left to live.
“He should still be alive to share his life with us and to be a father to his son, as well as his daughter whom he never met.”
Mr Harwood was falsely accused of raping a girl who had visited the house he shared with his killers in Romford.
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The family statement continued: “He was falsely accused of a crime he didn’t commit and killed in the most violent way.
“His murderers took away his life for no reason, leaving his family with no chance to say goodbye. He will never be forgotten.”
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He leaves behind girlfriend, Hannah Page, and two children, Archie and Lilly-Rose.
James Danby, 27, Emma Hall, 21, and Tony O’Toole, 30, were all found guilty of killing father-of-one Luke Harwood on Wednesday of last week and will be sentenced tomorrow.
After beating him in their house in Romford, they took him to the stream running next to Broadmead Road, Woodford Green, where he was repeatedly stamped on and kicked.