Murder probe launched after boy, 16, stabbed in Wembley

Police launch homicide probe after boy, 16, is stabbed to loss of life in north-west London

  • A 16-year-old boy was stabbed in north west London late on Thursday night time 
  • The sufferer was discovered with stab wounds in Wembley at 11.30pm on Thursday
  • Police have advised the sufferer’s household and have launched a homicide investigation 
  • Chief Superintendent Sara Leach mentioned the boy died on Friday morning  

A 16-year-old boy has been stabbed to loss of life in north-west London.

Detectives have launched a homicide investigation after {the teenager} died in hospital on Friday morning, however no arrests have been made.

The sufferer was discovered with stab accidents in Wembley at round 11.30pm on Thursday.

A 16-year-old boy was mortally wounded in a stabbing assault on the Preston Street in Wembley, north west London shortly earlier than midnight. Police confirmed the sufferer died in hospital early this morning

Police have secured the crime scene and have launched extra patrols in the area following last night's fatal stabbing. Scotland Yard confirmed they have launched a murder investigation

Police have secured the crime scene and have launched further patrols within the space following final night time’s deadly stabbing. Scotland Yard confirmed they’ve launched a homicide investigation

Chief Superintendent Sara Leach, in command of policing in Brent, mentioned: ‘It’s one other tragedy {that a} boy of simply 16 years outdated has died as the results of a knife crime.

‘My ideas are together with his household presently and my officers, alongside murder detectives, are doing every part they will to determine and arrest these accountable.

‘There shall be enhanced reassurance patrols within the Preston Street space as I do know the local people can have been deeply affected by the loss of life of a teen.

‘I might urge anybody who witnessed any of the occasions main as much as the stabbing, or is aware of something about who did it, to contact police instantly.’

The Metropolitan Police mentioned the boy’s household have been advised, whereas against the law scene stays in place on Preston Street, between the junctions of Logan Street and The Avenue, which is affecting bus routes within the space.

The boy died shortly earlier than 9am on Friday and a autopsy examination has not but taken place.

Anybody with info is requested to name police on 101, quoting CAD 8167/18Feb, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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