POLICE have released CCTV images showing Fishermead murderers Sharmake Abdulkadir and Fuad Awale hours before they shot dead two men on the estate.
Earlier today, the pair were found guilty of executing two teenagers in an alleyway.
Mohammed Abdi Farah, 19, and Amin Ahmed Ismail, 18, were shot dead in a dispute over ‘drug turf’, Luton Crown Court had heard.
Abdulkadir (circled in yellow), 22, of The Fleet, Springfield, Milton Keynes and Awale (circled in red), 25, of no fixed address were both found guilty of two counts of murder.
The CCTV pictures show them walking into a shop on Fishermead, where they bought alcohol.
Milton Keynes Police were able to use CCTV to track the movements of both the shooters and the victims in the hours leading up to the murders.
Yahya Harun, 22, of Fishermead Boulevard, Milton Keynes was acquitted of the murders, which happened on the night of May 26, 2011 on Fishermead.
Mohammed died at the scene and Amin was pronounced dead in hospital.
Prosecutors said the accused were part of a gang of five, two of whom were not in court.
Abdulkadir was also convicted by the jury of possessing a firearm with intent to commit an indictable offence.
He and Awale are to be sentenced tomorrow (Friday).
During the trial the court was told the teenagers were gunned down in an alleyway after one of them handed out a drug dealer’s cannabis for free.
Mohammed was pronounced dead at the scene. Amin was taken to hospital and pronounced dead after all attempts to save his life failed.
POlice officers also released an image of the gun used in the shootings.