A murder investigation has been released following a 17-year-outdated boy was stabbed to dying in a “qualified assault” in Cambridge.
Officers are seeking for the attacker who struck in the mid-afternoon at Logan’s Meadow, a tiny nature reserve upcoming to the River Cam.
Police were being identified as to the scene by the ambulance assistance just before 3pm.
Despite the efforts of emergency workers, the teen was declared lifeless, Cambridgeshire Constabulary reported.
Detective Superintendent Carl Foster, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Significant Crime Unit, mentioned police are subsequent quite a few prospects but feel the assault was “focused”.
Attraction to public
He claimed: “Although we are unable to affirm the result in of death until a put up-mortem examination has been conducted, we believe that the boy was stabbed in a focused assault.
“We are subsequent many leads and carrying out enquiries to obtain all those accountable, however no arrests have but been built.”
It is imagined several associates of the general public were at the scene, and spoke with paramedics, but remaining in advance of officers arrived. Law enforcement are appealing for them to get in touch by contacting 101.
Supply: The Sunlight