A TEEN has been stabbed to death in an East London park just yards from where Girl Scout Jodie Chesney was murdered.
A second boy was discovered injured after the identical knife assault in a close-by location in Havering.
Two boys had been stabbed close to an East london park this night
Cops had been known as to Church highway at 6.41pm to Church Road following experiences of a combat.
Police there discovered the primary boy, believed to be aged in his mid-teens struggling from a stab damage.
A member of the general public helped officers present first support earlier than the arrival of The London Ambulance Service (LAS) and London’s Air Ambulance.
However the boy was pronounced useless on the scene just after 7pm.
Just ten minutes after the primary name, cops rushed just half a mile away to Retford highway.
A second boy, additionally in his mid-teens was discovered struggling from a stab wound.
He is now recieving remedy in an East London Hospital.
Cops say a person has been arrested on suspicion of homicide.
Meanwhile a lady has been arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
Girl Scout Jodie Chesney was brutally murdered in the identical park two years in the past.
The 17-year-old lady scout collapsed and died in her boyfriend’s arms from an 18cm deep knife wound in a grotesque case of mistaken identification.
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Jodie had been sitting with buddies in the Romford park on March 1 2019 when her two teen killers struck.
Anyone with info is requested to name police by way of 101 quoting reference Cad 6572/07May.
Alternatively, to stay nameless contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.