Four men have been found guilty of the 'savage' murder of a man in Oxford.

The group were convicted earlier this year of killing Christopher Lemonius in the Blackbird Leys area of the city.

The jury at Oxford Crown Court deliberated for more than 60 hours.

During the trial they were told how the gang had chased the 27 year old to a house on Jourdain Road in Blackbird Leys on June 1 2017.

Connor Woodward, Otman Lamzini, Rashaun Stoute, Carlos Spencer were all found guilty of murder.

Clockwise from top left: Connor Woodward, Otman Lamzini, Rashaun Stoute, Carlos Spencer Credit: Thames Valley Police

Christopher Lemonius suffered more than 80 injuries in the attack described in court as 'savage'.

They assaulted him with weapons including a machete, golf clubs and large pieces of wood.

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He was then left in an alleyway.

Another man, Yasine Lamzini, was convicted of an alternative count of manslaughter.

Yasine Lamzini was convicted of manslaughter Credit: Thames Valley Police

Meanwhile two men, a woman and a 17-year-old boy were convicted of charges relating to perverting the course of public justice.

They will all be sentenced on 12 October.