Four men have been found guilty of murdering Birmingham shopkeeper Suppiah Tharmaseelan.

Suppiah was stabbed to death during a robbery at his Select Convenience Store in Kingstanding last November. He was found with stab wounds by police officers responding to a 999 call and was pronounced dead at the scene.

Twins John and Ian Meenan, 27, and brothers Anthony Bayliss, 25, and Liam Ryan, 19, all from Birmingham, were found guilty of murder.

Jurors at Birmingham Crown Court acquitted a fifth defendant James Moore, 25.

Scott Henderson, 38, of Penns Lane, Sutton Coldfield, and barman David Doyle, 46, of Chingford Road, Kingstanding, have been cleared of perverting the course of justice and were also acquitted by jurors.