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Two boys, both aged 15, arrested on suspicion of murder over fatal stabbing of 16-year-old in Bristol | UK News

Two boys, both aged 15, have been arrested on suspicion of murder over the fatal stabbing of a 16-year-old boy in Bristol on Wednesday evening.

The 16-year-old, who has not been named, was attacked in the St Philips area, in Rawnsley Park.

He ran to Stapleton Road – where a driver helped him – before he collapsed on West Street.

Ambulances were called but he died at the scene, police said.

General view of Rawnsley Park near to the scene in the St Philips area of Bristol where a 16-year-old boy died after being stabbed.
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Rawnsley Park where a 16-year-old boy died. Pic: PA

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A 16-year-old boy has died after being stabbed in Bristol

Supt Mark Runacres, Avon and Somerset Police’s Bristol Commander, said: “The team investigating yesterday’s incident are working around the clock to bring those responsible to justice.

“This evening (Thursday), two 15-year-old boys were arrested in connection with the investigation and they have been taken to police custody where they will be questioned.

“Our collective thoughts are with the victim’s family and loved ones during what is undoubtedly a very difficult time.

“Specialist family liaison officers have been assigned to the family to provide them with support and keep them updated on the investigation.”

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Avon and Somerset Police said earlier that the tragedy was “a stark reminder of the horrific impact knife crime has on our communities”.

Marvin Rees, the mayor of Bristol, said his thoughts were with the victim’s family.

Posting on X, he said: “This needs to stop. We will make every effort to support the family, the police and local community at this time.”

The victim has not yet been officially identified and a post-mortem to determine the cause of death is due to take place, police added.

In the aftermath of the killing, police in the city have been given extra stop and search powers until 5pm tomorrow, but this could be extended.

Feltham stabbing: Murder investigation launched after man, 19, found dead in west London park | UK News

A man has been found stabbed to death in a west London park as police launch a murder investigation.

The body of Tyler Donnelly, 19, was discovered by joggers in Hanworth Park in Feltham at around 7.40am this morning.

Detective Chief Inspector Brian Howie, who is leading the investigation from the Met‘s Homicide Command, has appealed to the public to come forward if they have any information.

The entrance to Hanworth Park on Elmwood Avenue Pic: Google Street View
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The entrance to Hanworth Park on Elmwood Avenue Pic: Google Street View

He said: “Tyler left his home around 9.10pm on Wednesday evening and rode his bike along Elmwood Avenue and at some stage entered the park. He never returned home.

“If you were in the park and saw something, regardless of the reason you were there, please do get in touch. Our focus is on what happened to Tyler and who was responsible.”

The detective added: “Similarly, if you were driving through Elmwood Avenue, returning home or out walking, did you notice anything? Did you perhaps see Tyler, who was wearing dark clothing, riding his grey bike or did you see him with anyone?

“The H25 bus route goes through Elmwood Avenue, were you travelling through this area on Wednesday or in the early hours of Thursday? Did you see Tyler or anyone matching his description?”

Detective Howie said Mr Donnelly’s family and friends “are inconsolable after receiving the worst possible news imaginable”.

“Our thoughts are with them and they are being supported by specialist officers.”

No arrests have been made and police said a post-mortem examination will be carried out in due course.

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Chief Superintendent Sean Wilson, leading policing in Hounslow, said: “It saddens me to see another young life so needlessly cut short and I urge anyone who has information about who is responsible to get in touch with the investigation team.

“I know that this incident will be a shock for those living and working in the area and my officers will be conducting additional patrols to provide reassurance to the community.”

Hackney stabbing: Public warned not to approach man wanted over death of 49-year-old on Boxing Day | UK News

Police have appealed for the public’s help in finding a suspected knifeman after a fatal stabbing on Boxing Day – but warned people not to approach him.

Jurejs Vankovs, 38, is wanted over the death of Michael Murphy, 49, who was attacked and killed in Hackney, east London, in the early hours of Tuesday.

A row between a group of up to 10 people happened in the run up to the stabbing, according to the Metropolitan Police.

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Detective Chief Inspector Kelly Allen, leading the investigation, said: “We have been working tirelessly to locate Jurejs Vankovs but have yet to find him.

“We are now asking for the public’s help to locate him.

“I would ask people in the Shoreditch and wider Hackney area to keep a lookout for him.

“If you see Vankovs, please do not approach him but call 999 immediately.”

Four people – two men, 49 and 42, and two women, 35 and 44 – have been released without charge after being arrested on suspicion of murder.

Hunt for man after women followed in London linked to Uber driver stabbing | UK News

The stabbing of an Uber driver and several dangerous approaches to women may be linked, “extremely concerned” police have warned.

One suspect has been connected to several reports of women being followed in the early hours of the morning in southwest London in recent days, according to the Metropolitan Police.

He is also being sought after an Uber driver was stabbed twice in the chest.

Police released a photograph of the man, who is described as being between 25 and 30 years of age, and of slim build with short blond hair.

He was first spotted by a woman on 17 November at around 4am who noticed that a man with a knife was following her along Sisters Avenue, in Clapham.

As he got close, the woman shouted and the suspect ran away.

Handout CCTV image dated 17/11/2023 issued by Metropolitan Police of man they would like ti find after a spate of incidents in which women were followed and an Uber driver was stabbed. The suspect has been linked to several early morning incidents in southwest London since November 17 by the Metropolitan Police, who fear he may commit further offences. Issue date: Thursday November 23, 2023.
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CCTV footage from 17 November. Pic: Met Police

The second incident took place on Sumburgh Road, in Balham, on 19 November at around 1.40am. The man approached a woman and grabbed her, but she managed to escape.

An Uber driver was then stabbed twice in the chest on Nightingale Lane in Clapham on 23 November, at around 12.20am.

The driver’s condition was not life-threatening and he has since been released from hospital.

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Handout CCTV image dated 17/11/2023 issued by Metropolitan Police of man they would like ti find after a spate of incidents in which women were followed and an Uber driver was stabbed. The suspect has been linked to several early morning incidents in southwest London since November 17 by the Metropolitan Police, who fear he may commit further offences. Issue date: Thursday November 23, 2023.
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At around 2.50am on 23 November, the suspect was spotted at Clapham Common near the Holy Trinity Church November and chased by officers, before running off in the direction of Clapham Common West Side.

He was later chased again after being spotted on a red bicycle at 4.45am the same day, but officers lost track of him on St John’s Road.

“We are extremely concerned about this man and we need to find him as soon as possible,” Detective Superintendent Dan O’Sullivan, said.

“We know this will cause community concern and we will be carrying out extra patrols at key times.”

Members of the public have been warned not to approach the suspect and to call 999 straight away if they see him.

Inmate in critical condition after HMP Wandsworth stabbing | UK News

An inmate has been stabbed at HMP Wandsworth, in the same week that a terror suspect escaped from the prison.

The man is in a critical condition and was taken to a major trauma centre by ambulance after emergency services were called around 3pm.

An air ambulance was also sent to the scene.

It is understood that the incident involved two prisoners.

Police have said they were called at around 3.20pm to reports of an inmate being assaulted at the prison.

They added that no arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing.

A Prison Service spokesperson said: “Staff swiftly responded to an incident between prisoners at HMP Wandsworth today.

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Daniel Khalife escaped last week

A father who was visiting his son inside the prison said the stabbing happened in one of the communal areas.

He told Sky’s Tom Parmenter: “I saw two ambulances going in and someone said a prisoner has stabbed someone.

“It’s just another day at Wandsworth jail – you do worry as a parent.

“It is chaotic right now – even the officers inside all say they need more staff, my son is always calling saying he is on a lockdown meaning they can’t leave their cells at all, not for a shower not for anything.

“It’s unacceptable, yes they have to be punished but it is inhumane.”

The stabbing comes days after Daniel Khalife, a 21-year-old terror suspect, went missing from the prison on Wednesday.

He was arrested in west London on Saturday after 75 hours on the run and will appear in court tomorrow.

Boy, 15, charged over stabbing of teacher at Tewkesbury school | UK News

A 15-year-old boy has been charged over the stabbing of a teacher at a school in Gloucestershire.

The teenager, who cannot be named for legal reasons, has been charged with attempted wounding with intent and possession of a bladed article on school premises.

He will appear at Cheltenham Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday.

Teacher Jamie Sansom suffered a single stab wound in the incident in a corridor at Tewkesbury School on Monday morning.

He was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital and later discharged. He was said to be “recovering well”.

The academy was locked down and two neighbouring schools were also asked to shut their doors as a “precaution” following the incident, Assistant Chief Constable Richard Ocone of Gloucestershire Police said.

No one else was injured.

Police Officers at the gates of Tewkesbury Academy in Gloucesershire, which was in lock down after a teenage boy was arrested following reports a pupil stabbed a teacher.  Picture date: Monday July 10, 2023. PA Photo. Teachers at the nearby Tirlebrook Primary School posted a message on Facebook saying its school had also been locked down on police advice and urged parents not to come to the school. See PA story POLICE Tewkesbury. Photo credit should read: Ben Birchall/PA Wire
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Police Officers at the gates of Tewkesbury Academy

The National Police Air Service were deployed to track the suspect down.

The teenager was arrested by armed officers at 11am on Monday.

Mr Sansom said speculation he was intervening in a fight between students was “simply not true”.

In a statement, Mr Sansom said he wanted to “address some misinformation which has been circulating” in coverage of the incident.

“It is simply not true to say that I was intervening in a fight between students,” he said.

“In my view, there was no point at which Tewkesbury students faced any direct threat.

“I am pleased to say that I am recovering well. I was well looked after at Gloucester Royal, and by the police, and I’m grateful for that.

“My thanks to everyone who helped put me on the road to what is expected to be a full recovery.”

A Tewkesbury Academy spokesperson said: “We feel it is important for our students to be able to return to a sense of normality in their school, where we will be providing a range of additional mental and emotional support for students and staff.”

There will be a police presence at the school for the coming days to provide reassurance.

Three stabbing deaths across east London on eve of coronation | UK News

Three people, including a 16-year-old schoolboy, were stabbed to death in incidents across east London on Friday, the eve of the coronation.

The attacks, which are unconnected, took place in Walthamstow, Dagenham and Hackney over a period of eight hours.

The 16-year-old was ambushed after leaving Kelmscott School in Walthamstow. A local said his attackers were waiting for him, and he died in the street at 4.39pm.

No arrests have been made, and headteacher Sam Jones called the attack the “darkest of days” for the school community.

“A Kelmscott student was tragically killed in a senseless knife attack,” he said. “Kelmscott is a large and tight-knit family and this loss will be felt for a long time to come.

“Hold those that you love close this evening. I know we will come together as a community and support one another through this.”

An eyewitness said: “He was a year 11 kid. There were three other kids older than him. They were waiting for him.

“They chased him. He ran and when he got to the tyre shop they stabbed him three times in the stomach and he bled to death.”

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Rogers, who is leading the investigation into the stabbing, said on Saturday: “My team is working hard to bring justice for the teenage victim and his family in this case and my heartfelt condolences are with them at this terrible time.

“This is a fast-moving investigation and we are aware that this brutal attack took place near a school, and was witnessed by many bystanders and young people.

“My thoughts are with them as they come to terms with seeing such an act of violence unfold and I would ask anyone with footage or images to do the right thing and send them into my team of detectives.

“If you wish to submit images or footage anonymously, please share via Crimestoppers, or you can contact the Major Incident Room where one of my team will be able to take your call.”

Detectives have also started a murder investigation after a teenager was stabbed to death after two groups were reported fighting with machetes near Dagenham Heath Tube station.

Police and the London Ambulance Service were called shortly before midnight on Friday and found an 18-year-old man with stab injuries. He died at the scene despite the efforts of the emergency services.

A second man was taken to hospital with a stab injury, and a 20-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and is in police custody.

Detective Chief Inspector James Shirley said: “My thoughts are with the young man’s family and friends.

“I want to offer my full reassurances to them, and the wider community, that despite the significant events taking place in London today, the focus of my team is bringing the person or people responsible to justice.”

Three people were also arrested on suspicion of murder after a man was fatally stabbed at a residential property on Mare Street, Hackney.

Police were called at 11.07pm on Friday and found a man in his late 20s, who was declared dead at the scene.

Two men, one in his 40s and the other in his 50s – and one woman in her 50s, have been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Nottinghamshire stabbing: Man, 20, arrested after worshipper attacked following Easter Sunday service | UK News

A man has been arrested after a worshipper was stabbed outside a church following an Easter Sunday service.

The victim, in his 40s, was taken to hospital following the incident outside St Stephen’s Church in Sneinton, Nottinghamshire, at around 10.50am on Sunday.

Police say a 20-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

Detective Sergeant Andy Buxton, from Nottinghamshire Police, said: “This is an ongoing investigation and we do believe it to be an isolated incident with no wider risk posed to the public.

“The victim remains in hospital after suffering injuries to his stomach and our officers are continuing to support him while our inquiries continue.

“We understand an incident like this can cause concern to the community, but I want to personally reassure them that we do have a suspect in custody and have a group of detectives and officers working hard to understand exactly what has happened.”

He urged anyone with information to come forward.

In a Facebook post, a church spokesperson described the incident as a “terribly challenging situation”, adding: “Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone affected.”

A Church of England spokesperson added: “It has been a shock for the community. He was stabbed outside the church by someone who had been at the service.

“Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has been affected by this awful tragedy.”

Northampton stabbing: Two teenage boys charged with murder of 16-year-old Rohan Shand | UK News

Two teenage boys have been charged with the murder of a 16-year-old who was stabbed to death earlier this week.

Rohan Shand, known to his family and friends as Fred, died following the incident near the Cock Hotel in Harborough Road, Kingsthorpe, at around 3.35pm on Wednesday 22 March.

Specialist officers are supporting Rohan’s family who have been left “devastated” by the tragedy.

Two boys, aged 16 and 14, both from Northampton, will appear before Northampton Magistrates’ Court this morning charged with murder.

They cannot be named for legal reasons.

Police said a 49-year-old man and a 21-year-old man from Northampton who were arrested in connection with Fred’s death have both been released with no further action.

Officers would still like to speak to witnesses, anyone with information, or anyone with CCTV, doorbell, or dash-cam footage of the area at the time.

Huddersfield stabbing: 14-year-old arrested on suspicion of murder | UK News

A 14-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a teenager was stabbed to death in a “targeted” attack in West Yorkshire.

Police were called to Kings Mill Lane in Huddersfield just before 4am on Monday to find a 17-year-old boy with serious injuries from a bladed weapon lying on the ground.

He died in hospital later on Monday morning.

Two males aged 37 and 14 were detained and a 19-year woman was also arrested in connection with the investigation.

Detective Chief Inspector Alan Weekes of West Yorkshire Police, who is leading the investigation, said the force believes the attack is targeted.

“Officers are carrying out a number of fast-moving inquiries following a very serious incident in Huddersfield today in which a young man has lost his life,” he said.

Police are appealing for witnesses and information from the public, and anyone who might have seen the attack or suspicious activity in the area in the early hours of Monday.

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Detective Superintendent Stuart Bainbridge of Kirklees Police said tackling knife crime in the area remains a “number one priority”, with policing teams patrolling the neighbourhood today.

“We do recognise the concern knife crime causes in neighbourhoods and have extensive work ongoing across Kirklees with colleagues, including Operation Jemlock, to reduce this kind of offending and take action against those who carry knives,” he said.

Information can be reported anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers, or online.