WANTED: 'Dangerous' Ossama Hamed (left) and Nor Aden Hamada
POLICE are seeking a convicted armed robber and another man in connection with the murder of a bouncer outside a Park Lane sex party on New Year's day.
Met Police detectives have released images of Ossama Hamed, 25, and Nor Aden Hamada, 23, who are wanted in connection with the murder of Tudor Simionov and described as "dangerous individuals".
Mr Simionov, 33, died after being stabbed as he tried to prevent a group of men getting into the private sex party held at swanky Fountain House in Park Lane at around 5.35am. Three other men and a woman also received knife injuries during the attack but were released from hospital. Palestinian Mr Hamed was allegedly caught on CCTV during the incident and it has been speculated that he may have fled overseas.
MURDERED: Tudor Simionov
In November 2012 he was jailed for eight years and three months after pleading guilty to taking part in a violent armed robbery with three other men at Francis Wain jewellery store in King's Lynn, Norfolk on January 31 that year when £70,000 of gems were stolen after one of the robbers waved a handgun at staff.
The gang, who all had white hoods, used sledgehammers to smash the shop's windows and smoke canisters to fill the store during the raid.
Hamed gave the court an address where he was living at the time which was a £1.2 million house in Greshwell Street, Fulham, paid for by Hammersmith and Fulham Council, but his family were later evicted for anti social behaviour.
ROBBERY: Francis Wain in Kings Lynn was the scene of the crime
Met Police DI Garry Moncrieff said: "Ossama Hamed and Nor Aden Hamada are dangerous individuals who need to be apprehended. I would urge anyone who has seen them, or knows of their whereabouts, to contact police immediately."
Mr Hamada is registered as living at a £665,000 privately-owned house in Wembley, north-west London, where he has an outstanding £6,377 county court judgement registered against him.
Mr Moncrieff would not say if police knew whether they had fled abroad.
EVICTED: Hamed and his family were housed in this Fulham property by Hammersmith and Fulham Council
He added: "These are live lines of enquiry, therefore I am not willing to speculate on where they may be but rest assured we are working with colleagues to ensure that if they are in this country, or overseas, we will track them down.
“Our investigation continues to move forward and a woman has now been charged with perverting the course of justice. However, we will not stop until we have apprehended all those who have played a part in Tudor’s murder.” The New Year's Eve bas is said to have been organised by convicted fraudster Edward "Fast Eddie" Davenport, 53, who is known for arranging lavish swinging events, but his lawyer denied this.