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The wife of Zafer Eren, who was shot down by 'hitman' Jamie Marsh-Smith, said that he had shown "no remorse" for the murder. Marsh-Smith and Samuel Zerei were sentenced to life in prison for the murder of the rival gang member.
The conduct of two men jailed for life over the murder of a rival gang member "reads like something from a film", Metropolitan Police DCI Noel McHugh said following the sentencing.
He added: "[Jamie] Marsh-Smith and [Samuel] Zerei were professional and dangerous criminals. Marsh-Smith even tried to execute his getaway driver Samuel Zerei when he failed to dispose of the getaway car used in the murder of Zafer Eren."
"Our investigation continues into Zafer Eren's murder as we seek to find those responsible for ordering the killing. The convictions today demonstrate that the police will not go away."
"Police are offering a reward of up to £30,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Zafer Eren's murder."
A 'hitman' and his getaway driver hired by one gang to assassinate rivals in another as part of a long running feud have been jailed today. Zafer Eren was killed outside Fontaine Court, Southgate on April 28, 2013.
Jamie Marsh-Smith, 23, and Samuel Zerei, 21, were found guilty of murder at the Old Bailey on Thursday. The pair were sentenced to life in prison.
Police have also taken the unusual step of naming 22-year-old Jamie Marsh-Smith who they want to speak to in connection with the murder. He is known to have links to Tottenham, Hackney, Camden and Kilburn.
Detectives investigating a fatal shooting in north London earlier this year are offering a £30,000 reward for information. 34-year-old Zafer Eren was shot dead outside his home in Southgate on 18 April. Witnesses described seeing a masked gunman fleeing the scene.