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Police in Tottenham Have Launched a Murder Inquiry After a Teenage Boy Was Stabbed to Death
A teenager has been charged with the murder of a 19-year-old guy who was stabbed to death in north London. Three guys were discovered injured after police were called to Penshurst Road in Tottenham on Monday afternoon. One man died at the site, while two 18-year-olds were treated for non-life threatening injuries.
A 17-year-old kid was charged with murder, according to the Met. He is scheduled to appear in prison later at Highbury Corner Youth Court. The adolescent was discovered with stab wounds at Lordship Recreation Ground in Tottenham, Haringey, at around 2.15 pm on August 1.
According to the police, he was carried to the hospital and died on Tuesday. Specialist policemen are providing assistance to his family. “We are making progress with our inquiries,” said Detective Chief Inspector Neil Rawlinson of the Met’s Specialist Crime Unit, who is leading the case. “We know there are people who witnessed this incident or who have facts about what happened but have not yet talked to us.”
“This stabbing occurred in the middle of the afternoon when the area would normally be crowded.” “We encourage anyone who was present at the moment to come forward and contact our team or Crimestoppers absolutely anonymously.”
“We are terribly saddened to hear that another young man has lost his life, and our thoughts remain with him, his family, and his friends at this time,” said Chief Superintendent Treena Fleming, commander for policing in Haringey and Enfield.
“We are dedicated to bringing them all to justice, but we need our communities’ cooperation to do so – every piece of information, no matter how tiny, might be the breakthrough that investigators require.” “I understand that this occurrence will cause enormous concern throughout Haringey and beyond, and I want to reassure people that we have a dedicated team working around the clock to find out who committed this crime.”
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