A devastated mother has paid tribute to her son who was pushed off his bike and stabbed to death.
Kyron Lee, 21, was stabbed to death in Slough, Berkshire on Sunday and police have now charged a 20-year-old in his death.
Kyron’s mother posted a tribute, describing him as having “the kindest heart” and a “sassy and infectious smile.”
The grieving mother said: “Kyron was loved by so many and he was the kindest, most loving, genuine human being. He had the kindest of hearts, Kyron was best known for his ability to retain core values and manners.
“Kyron was a loyal friend, especially to those closest to him. Kyron was wise beyond his years and his level of maturity was the same.
“Kyron had the cheekiest and most infectious smile and laugh that lit up the room and made others smile.
She added that her son, father, brothers and two dogs will be greatly missed.
She went on to say, “Remember son, I love you and you have always made me proud.”
Khalid Nur, also from Slough, was charged with murder and concealing criminal property.
He remains in custody and will appear in court tomorrow.
Two men, aged 20 and 27, were released on bail, while a third man, 26, was released with no further action.
Kyron died around 8:50 p.m. Sunday after a black VW pushed him off his bike and a group of men attacked him.
The young man was chased into a nearby street by four men and brutally stabbed to death.
The attackers then fled the scene in the VW, which police later found deserted.
A post-mortem found the cause of death to be shock bleeding caused by a stab wound to Kyron’s right leg.
Thames Valley Police are appealing to the public as they continue their investigation and are asking anyone with information or footage that may be relevant to call 101 quoting reference number 20221002-1905.
Those wishing to report anonymously can call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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