TWO men have been found not guilty of killing a Wembley man at his home.

Edwin Sarpong, 22, and Nathan Hardy-Thomas, 18, were released free of charge yesterday having been cleared on three separate counts.

Both were found not guilty of the murder of Bartosz Maryszczak at his home, in Clarendon Gardens, on January 25, as well as wounding with intent.

Mr Hardy-Thomas was found not guilty of manslaughter in connection with the death, and Mr Sarpong was found not guilty of unlawfully wounding Krzysztof Turyk on the same day.