Boy, 16, dies after being discovered with a number of stab wounds on Luton road with two different teenagers who have been injured within the ‘incident’ arrested over it
- Police have been scrambled to Stoneygate Highway, Luton at round 4pm on Tuesday
- The boy was taken to hospital with accidents however was pronounced useless at 6pm
- A teenage boy was arrested on suspicion of homicide after receiving therapy
- A 3rd teenager additionally arrested on suspicion of violent dysfunction, police stated
A 16-year-old boy has died after being discovered with a number of stab wounds on a road in Luton.
Police have arrested two different youngsters who have been injured within the incident after being scrambled to the scene in Stoneygate Highway at round 4pm on Tuesday afternoon.
The 16-year-old was taken to hospital with accidents however was pronounced useless simply after 6pm.
Police have arrested two different youngsters who have been injured within the incident after being scrambled to the scene in Stoneygate Highway, Luton (pictured) at round 4pm on Tuesday
Whereas he has not but been formally recognized, his household has been made conscious.
Bedfordshire Police stated a teenage boy was arrested on suspicion of homicide in connection to the incident, having acquired hospital therapy for minor accidents.
A 3rd teenage boy who suffered critical however non-life threatening accidents has been arrested on suspicion of violent dysfunction.
Chief Superintendent John Murphy stated: ‘We imagine this was an remoted incident with no threat to the broader public, and our group officers will likely be patrolling the realm to provide reassurance to residents.
‘We’re doing all we will, however would all the time encourage our communities to report something they might have seen.
‘You do not have to speak to us – in case you have info or issues, you’ll be able to communicate to Crimestoppers anonymously and in confidence.’
Anybody with info is requested to go to the pressure’s on-line reporting instrument or name 101, quoting Operation Alstromeria.
Alternatively, name Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.