Birmingham news Murder probe as boy, 17, dies after he was 'chased into shop and stabbed' PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - The victim was found with stab injuries near a crashed white Ford Focus
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a boy was fatally stabbed in a broad daylight knife attack. The 17-year-old victim was found with stab injuries by a white Ford Focus which crashed in Heath Street, bordering Smethwick and Winson Green, yesterday afternoon. It’s understood he was chased into a shop in Waterloo Road, Smethwick, and attacked with a knife five to ten minutes before the crash - at around 4:10pm, police said. Several people fled the scene of the collision and police said they are "working hard to try and identify everyone" involved. The injured teenager was taken to hospital after being discovered near the car at around 4.20pm, but he was sadly pronounced dead around an hour later. The scene was cordoned off for several hours, with a blue tent erected near the junction of Winson Street. Murder probe launched after teen dies in Heath Street, Winson Green. Police arrested a man from a property in Smethwick just before 2am this morning (May 2). The 18-year-old remains in police custody as the Homicide Unit continues to urge anyone with video or dashcam footage to get in touch. Follow our updates on the murder here.
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. “We understand the victim was stabbed in Waterloo Road but then transported in a white Ford Focus that crashed in Heath Street. Several people fled the scene of the collision and we are working hard to try and identify everyone involved. “My officers worked through the night and this morning to seize CCTV, speak to witnesses and gather intelligence. And that led us to the address in Smethwick where a suspect was arrested.
Murder probe launched after teen dies in Heath Street, Winson Green.
“I really need to hear from any witnesses who saw the victim being chased in Waterloo Road or him and the attacker leaving that location, plus anyone who saw the collision in Heath Street and what happened afterwards." "If anyone captured video on phones or dash-cam then I would also urge them to get in touch as they could have vital information. People can message West Midlands Police on Live Chat via the website or call us on 101. Please quote crime ref 20/549867/21.
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