FOUR MEN are due to appear at crown court following the alleged murder of a Southampton teen.

Dawid Such suffered puncture wounds following an attack in Langhorn Road on Sunday.

The 19-year-old was rushed to hospital, however, later died of his injuries.

Four men stood in the dock at Southampton Magistrates' Court this morning. 

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Ken Mulangala, 20, of Warren Avenue, Southampton, Jordan Gregory Matthews, 20, of Estridge Close, Bursledon, and Donovan Neil Thomas, 35, of Norwood High Street in London, have all been charged with murder.

Meanwhile, Billy McIntyre, 23, of Millbrook Road East in Southampton has been charged with assisting an offender.

None of the men entered pleas and all have been remanded into custody. 

They are now expected to appear at Winchester Crown Court on Monday, August 1. 

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