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Man, 19, stabbed to death sparking murder probe as London rocked by more bloodshed

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Another younger life has been misplaced in London after a 19-year-old man was knifed to death on Friday evening.

A murder investigation has been launched following the deadly stabbing in west London.

Police have been referred to as at 09:13pm to Paddington Green the place they discovered a male, believed to be aged 19, who had been stabbed.

Officers attended with medics from the London Ambulance Service and the London Air Ambulance.

The teenager was pronounced useless on the scene shortly afterwards regardless of one of the best efforts of medics.

His subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable.

The 19-year-old was pronounced useless on the scene

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A Met Police spokesman mentioned: “Against the law scene is in place and is probably going to stay for a while.

“The public can even anticipate to see further sources within the space within the coming hours.

“There have been no arrests.”

The newest death comes as the murder price in London has reached a three-year excessive, the Evening Standard stories.

There had been up to 18 murder probes launched because the starting of the 12 months within the capital as of Friday.

The first death to which the Metropolitan Police have been referred to as was that of Eileen Dean, 93, who was on January 4 discovered severely injured in her Fieldside care residence in Catford.

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Sven Badzak was stabbed to death in Kilburn

The son of a former Tory occasion activist, Sven Badzak, 22, was stabbed to death in Kilburn earlier this month on the best way residence from shopping for orange juice.

His mom Jasna appealed on Twitter to Prime Minister Boris Johnson, David Cameron and George Osborne about tackling knife crime.

The Metropolitan Police mentioned on Tuesday it has elevated exercise to deal with the surge in violent crime, which began with more officers being deployed from February 14 throughout the north and south of London following a spate of stabbings.

Commander Jane Connors, the Met’s Violence Lead, informed the paper: “Our presence can be seen, you will notice officers on the streets finishing up a variety of exercise.

“This may also embrace the prevention of crime with reassuring the general public on the forefront of officers’ minds while finishing up their duties. We need to hear from anybody why could have data that may shield our communities.”