The dad of a young man fatally stabbed in Forest Gate has continued his fight for justice six years later. 

Sami Sidhom was just 18-years-old when he died yards from his front door after being stabbed. 

His dad Samer has pleaded with the public to help bring the family closure. 

He said: "My son's life was taken away for no reason whatsoever. It's so cruel, he did nothing wrong.

"If you're out there, and you know who these people are, I plead with you to do the right thing.

"Sami didn't deserve this and we need to have justice. If these killers continue walking free, they can just do it to someone else." 

Sami was a law student at Queen Mary University, and was a keen West Ham fan. 

He was making his way home from a match in Stratford on the night of his killing on April 16 2018 at 10.50pm.

Sami took a slightly different route home that night, along Cranmer Road, after a gang of men had been seen attacking people in a car in Avenue Road. 

Newham Recorder: Samer Sidhom (pictured in 2018) wants the public's help to find his son's killersSamer Sidhom (pictured in 2018) wants the public's help to find his son's killers (Image: Archant)

A silver car containing Sami's killers drove by before three people jumped out the vehicle and proceeded to chase him down Chestnut Avenue. 

He was stabbed and died an hour later. 

Since 2018, police have followed multiple leads which resulted in ten arrests being made but all ten failed to result in charges. 

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Det Ch Insp Mark Rogers, leading the investigation, said: “I am hoping that with the passing of six years since Sami’s life was so cruelly taken, someone may now feel that they can tell us who was responsible for his death.

“I know there are people who have information. We have received information anonymously over the years, but nobody has ever spoken to us directly – I urge anyone who has information to reach out to us.

“Your information could bring relief to Sami’s family who have suffered years of grief since his death."

A £20,000 reward is being offered to anyone with information that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for Sami’s death. 

Anyone who witnessed the incident or has information should call detectives on 020 8345 3715. 

Alternatively, those wishing to remain fully anonymous should call independent charity Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111.