Two London teenagers stabbed to death a mile apart
Two 16-year-old boys were stabbed to death in Greenwich, England, just a mile apart on Saturday night, the latest in a violent rash that swept through the town.
The unnamed teenagers were found with stab wounds in Abbey Wood and Thamesmead just after 5 p.m., London Metropolitan Police said.
The boys died later that night, cops said.
“Given the proximity in time and distance of the incidents, officers will urgently seek to establish any connection between them,” the Met said.
At least four other people were stabbed in the city in November, two of whom died of their injuries.
Keisha Christodoulou, 32, was stabbed to death inside the Tanner’s Hill home on the first day of the month. Police believe Leon Murray, 33, killed her and the two knew each other before the stabbing.
Three teenagers have been arrested for the fatal stabbing of 21-year-old Gabriel Petrov Stoyanov in Bromley Road on November 4. George David, 16, went on the run, but was arrested several weeks later with two unknown men aged 14 and 17. boys.
Two men have been charged after a man in his 40s was stabbed in Queen’s Road, Twickenham on November 18. The victim was taken to hospital and his condition was assessed as not life-threatening.
The following day, a man in his 20s was stabbed in the leg at the junction of Lion Road and Bexleyheath Broadway in Bexleyheath. Two men, aged 24 and 25, were arrested in connection with the crime.
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