in ,

3 Teenagers Charged With Murder Of 16-Year-Old Nigerian Boy, One Other In London

Kearne<a href=httpshowafricacom> <a>Solanke<a href=httpshowafricacom> <a>and Charlie Bartolo

 

Three teenagers have been charged with murdering two 16-year-old boys, Kearne Solanke and Charlie Bartolo in south-east London.

 

Solanke and Bartolo were stabbed to death a mile apart on Saturday, 26 November 2022.

 

Solanke was found wounded in Titmuss Avenue in Thamesmead while Bartolo, was discovered in Sewell Road, in Abbey Wood, on the same day.

ALSO READ:  Ethiopian Flight Crash Victims Were From at Least 35 Nations

 

The third suspect, Hussain Bah, 18, of south-east London, was arrested on Friday, December 2,  and will appear at Bromley Magistrates’ Court later charged with the murders.

 

The Metropolitan Police previously said a 16-year-old boy had been arrested on Tuesday and a 15-year-old boy later that day in connection with the murder.

ALSO READ:  Britney Spears Shares Diet Secrets With Fans in New Post

 

Police said that the killings were linked.

 

Officers from the Metropolitan Police were called at about 5.10pm on Saturday to reports that people had been injured at the two separate locations.

 

Paramedics and an air ambulance were also sent to the scene, where Kearne and Charlie were found with stab wounds.

 

Both were tragically pronounced dead at the scene.

 

The two other teenagers arrested earlier attended Bexley Magistrates’ Court on Friday, both also accused of murdering the two boys.

 

The pair were remanded in custody and are due to appear at the Old Bailey on 6 December.

 

Detective Chief Inspector Kate Blackburn, from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command, welcomed the developments but said police still want to hear from anyone with information.

 

“Today is another step forward in our investigation into this shocking incident but I would reiterate my appeal to anyone who has information about the events that resulted in the deaths of Charlie and Kearne to come forward and speak to police,” she said.

Loading...
638cc13386a69
638cc168b081a
638cc191e4902
638cc1b581aeb

 

Loading...

Written by How Africa News

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

9 − one =

Burkina Faso Government Suspends Broadcast Of France’s RFI Radio

England Beat Senegal 3-0 To Book France Clash In World Cup Quarters