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British Sikh teenager stabbed to loss of life in London theft

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A 16-year-old British Sikh boy was stabbed to loss of life on a west London avenue on Wednesday night time. According to his pals, he might have been attacked over a pretend Gucci bag he used to hold round.  A 16-year-old British Sikh boy was stabbed to loss of life on a west London avenue on Wednesday night time. (Photo: File/Representative)Scotland Yard officers launched a homicide investigation on Thursday following the deadly stabbing of a 16-year-old British Sikh teenager on a west London avenue.

The sufferer was named domestically as Ashmeet Singh.The Metropolitan Police stated they have been referred to as to Raleigh Road in Southall on Wednesday night time to stories of a stabbing and attended together with paramedics from London Ambulance Service (LAS).“Despite the efforts of emergency services, he died at the scene a short time later. His next of kin have been informed; formal identification awaits,” the Met Police stated.“Homicide detectives from Specialist Crime have been informed. There have been no arrests. Enquiries are ongoing,” they stated, interesting for anybody with data associated to the homicide to return ahead.’ATTACK OVER FAKE GUCCI BAG’Social media footage reveals cops battling in useless to save lots of the sufferer’s life in a entrance backyard. According to the ‘Evening Standard’, Singh’s pals worry the British Sikh boy was attacked for a pretend Gucci bag he at all times carried with him.“Police came to check my CCTV and said there had been a stabbing, I couldn’t believe it,” a neighborhood shopkeeper was quoted as saying by the newspaper.“I knew him, he was a good guy. His friends are all saying he was stabbed over this Gucci bag, it wasn’t even real. It’s terrible. I wish I had heard something or he had run to me. I would have pulled down the shutters to keep him safe I had the staff to handle it,” he stated.According to locals, Singh did part-time jobs to look after his disabled mom, who lives above a store near the place her son was killed. His stabbing marks the twenty eighth teenage killing on the streets of London this 12 months.ALSO READ: Woman stabbed to loss of life with scissors in Delhi’s Okhla; co-worker heldALSO READ: Pune: Bank supervisor killed throughout theft in Junnar districtClick right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.