A teenager in London was sadly murdered by callous attackers that stabbed him in the back multiple times and knocked him off his moped. 

 

 

 

The horrific scene took place in Waltham Forest yesterday as a 14-year-old boy, was set upon by three men directly after a collision who proceeded to stab him to death before returning to their car. Here is the statement from the Met.

 

 

Paramedics attempted  to save the boy, but unfortunately he was declared dead at around 7 PM.

 

 

Initially the savage attack started at around 6.30 PM last night, key witnesses claim that the victim was stabbed and mowed from his moped. Reported in the London Evening Standard. 

 

 

According to the Met Police statement there has been no arrests made in connection with the murder yet.

 

 

Tragedies like this are becoming all too familiar in London as the violent wave of crime reveals no sign of stopping.

 

 

The police need to tackle violent crime head on and implement a zero-tolerance approach regrading the most violent of criminal acts. If, the current crime crisis in London is not resolved fast, we could end up in a situation where we completely lose control of law and order on the streets. We need more bobbies on the beat, tougher and longer sentences for heinous acts of violent crime and real positive solutions to combat re-offending rates. 

 

 

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