TWO Asian brothers have been accused of murdering a man on his doorstep in Scotland earlier this month in a targeted attack, Politicalite can exclusively reveal.
Kevin Mcguire, 51 was allegedly killed by gangland thugs Kamar Ahmed, 26 and Rizwan Ahmed, 30 in the Scottish town of Wishaw, North Lanarkshire.
The two brothers who were allegedly part of a criminal gang and were described as ‘local drug dealers’ by sources.
Mr McGuire, who was a financial advisor was described as a well-loved family man and a respectable member of the local community.
He got a taxi after he had been to see comedian Kevin Bridges in Glasgow on the 14th October.
He was targeted by a gang of four including two Asian men who were in a Black Nissan X trail.
Sources exclusively told Politicalite that he was first targeted by the gang on Wishaw’s Greenhead Road before being followed and killed in cold blood outside his home as his girlfriend screamed in horror.
The 51-year-old was followed in his taxi from Greenhead and as he arrived on Morar Street, the gang got out of the car – which had been driven into the street by another member of the gang – and launched their attack.
He sustained serious injuries after suffering a number of stab wounds and was taken by ambulance to Wishaw General Hospital where he later died.
The Ahmed Brothers were allegedly known to ‘steal high-performance cars’ and ‘attack’ their enemies in a reign of terror, sources told Politicalite that the brothers had allegedly attacked others earlier that night in the Melody Bar.
After going on the run following the Murder of Mr McGuire the two Asian Brothers have since been arrested and charged.
Detective Inspector Carol Craig of Wishaw Police said: “This was a violent attack which cost Mr McGuire his life.”
“This does not appear to be a random incident and I am content that he Mr McGuire was the intended victim and this was indeed a targeted attack.”
They are still appealing for information on the Killing of Mr McGuire.
Anyone who witnessed the attack are asked to get in touch with Police Scotland as soon as possible via 101, quoting incident 0175 of 14/10/2018.
Alternatively, information can be given anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.