This is the face of the man who has been charged with the execution-style murder of 19-year-old British tourist and student Tyrell Matthews-Burton at the Malia resort on the Greek holiday island of Crete on Tuesday morning.
The murder suspect has been identified as 19-year-old Londoner Myles Litchmore-Dunbar, a student reading Economics at Northampton University who is also a model with profile on a modelling website.
In his modelling profile he writes
My family life has helped me develop into a person who is focused and task led, always performing to the best of my ability. I have, over a number of years, gained a reputation as a person who is an energetic and outgoing person who believes that timekeeping is an important part of developing a successful career.
As Greek police and mainstream media continue to report the murder as gang related, little detail has actually emerged about what exactly happened.
All that is known is that Tyrell appeared to have been pinned down with his arms and legs restrained as the murderer proceeded to repeatedly stab him in the chest, piercing his lungs and his heart.
With his heart and lungs punctured, Tyrell is believed to have died in minutes, losing almost half his blood.
Hara Didaki, a police office based on the island of Crete and involved in the investigation said,
From all the evidence, we have a prime suspect. And it seems that he knew the victim.
This further reinforces the opinion of another police officer, Yannis Phillipakis, that
They had scores to settle long before they arrived here… Unofficially, what we are hearing is that they brought their gang warfare to Crete.
Yesterday we published an article which included images of several British men being arrested and led away in handcuffs by police in connection with the incident.
Following our Twitter appeal we received information about the identity of one of these men, Tyler Mason, and he is seen in a photograph (below) taken with the charged murder suspect.
We have since learned that Tyler Mason was released without charge.
The club where the incident took place has been closed for further police investigation.