Two teenagers who fatally stabbed a market stall holder after watches were stolen from his stall have been convicted in connection with his murder.[C] Karlton Burton, 15 (31/05/99) of William Morley Close, E6 was found guilty of murder at the Old Bailey on Thursday, 24 July. [A] Javauntee Campbell, 16, (13/9/97) of William Morley Close, E6 was found guilty of manslaughter at the same court today (25 July).A third male, aged 15, was found not guilty of murder.They will be sentenced on a date in September to be confirmed.The court heard how the victim, Rashid Naeem (29 yrs) of Clements Road, E6 and his brother were running their stall selling phones and watches in Queens Market, Green Street, E7 on Sunday, 16 February 2013.Burton, Campbell and a third male approached the stall and started handling the mobile phones; Rashid and his brother became suspicious of their motives and moved the phones to elsewhere on the stall. One of the group said to the brothers: “are you scared?”, before two of the group stole watches from the stall and walked off.The brothers pursued the group and recovered one of the watches.Around 15 minutes later, the brothers saw the group again at another stall on the market and confronted them about the remaining stolen watch. A struggle ensued and Campbell and Burton attacked Rashid – during this struggle Rashid received his fatal stab wound.London Ambulance Service attended the scene and Rashid was taken to the Royal London Hospital where he died.The group fled the scene but were spotted on CCTV a short while later and arrested. On arrival in custody Campbell was found to be in possession of the watch that had been stolen from the stall.The knife which was used in the attack was subsequently recovered outside an address on Green Street.Detective Inspector Ken Hughes of the Homicide and Major Crime Command investigated. He said:“Rashid Naeem was killed as he tried to protect the business he ran with his brother.“This was a cold-blooded killing in broad daylight, carried out in a merciless fashion.“Burton and Campbell attended the market armed with a knife – whatever their intentions, to come armed meant they were prepared for violence.“Throughout this trial, the defendants have shown no remorse, despite having ample opportunity to do so. I can only hope that today’s convictions give Rashid’s family some form of closure.”Rashid Naeem was a British national.