‘Kindest soul’: Man allegedly murdered in Perth 7-Eleven machete attack remembered

A young man allegedly murdered in a machete attack at a Perth petrol station has been identified as a kick boxer and taekwondo black belt with a big heart.

Atbin Razavianroudbarden, 22, was allegedly struck with the weapon at a 7-Eleven on Mullingar Wy in Landsdale about 4.15pm on July 6.

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Police allege Razavianroudbarden and another man were fighting outside the service station when a third man – Imaddeen Sayed – approached the victim and allegedly hit him with the machete.

Sayed, 28, was arrested and charged with murder over Razavianroudbarden’s death.

He faced court on Saturday and remains in custody.

Atbin Razavianroudbarden,22, was allegedly murdered at a petrol station in Perth. Credit: Supplied
Police at the 7-Eleven last week. Credit: 7NEWS

Razavianroudbarden’s brother-in-law Cyrus Takhfifi said the 22-year-old was known for his big heart and gentle nature.

“(He) was the kindest soul you’d ever meet… always looking out for everyone, always cared about everyone…. I can’t think why they would do this, he was nice to everyone,” Takhfifi said.

Takhfifi said his brother-in-law had stopped to get fuel, but had no idea why he would have been targeted.

Atbin Razavianroudbarden was weeks away from attending his sister’s (pictured) wedding. Credit: Supplied

Razavianroudbarden was weeks away from attending his sister’s wedding before his life was cut short.

His friends said he would be dearly missed.

“He wished more success on his friends and family than himself,” his childhood friend Barbod Bahnamiry said.

“There was no one that had more honour than him, no one in my entire life,” another friend said.

Sayed is due to face court again later this month.

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