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Ashraf Habimana A 16-year-old boy has been stabbed to death while another two teenagers are fighting for their lives after a terrifying spree of knife crime in Luton yesterday.
Ashraf Habimana suffered multiple stab wounds and was tragically pronounced dead shortly after he was rushed to hospital, according to The Sun.
A total of five teenagers were wounded across two shocking attacks which police believe to be connected.
Bedfordshire Police has launched a murder probe and three teenagers have been arrested in connection with the fatal stabbing.
Police said the incident happened at around 7pm on Friday when officers were called to reports that three teens had been stabbed in Nunnery Lane.
Ashraf’s father, who did not give his name, told The Sun: ‘It is terrible. He is just a boy. He was only 16.
‘I heard last night and came down from Yorkshire. We don’t know what happened.’
An area close to the Old Moat pub house, which was cordoned off by police, was surrounded by 20 bunches of flowers.
One card read: ‘Rest in eternal peace Ashraf. Safe in the knowledge you are loved.’
Another note said: ‘Gone but never forgotten.’
Community group Luton, Keeping Safe posted a tribute to Ashraf on Facebook.
A second teenager is being treated for potentially life-threatening injuries, while a third victim also suffered serious wounds but these are not being treated as critical.
The horror attack came just hours after two other teens were stabbed in Sundon Park Road. Police were called to the area – where there was a fatal stabbing two weeks ago – at around 4pm, where one teenager is now in a critical condition.
The second teenager received serious but not life-threatening injuries. Both are being treated in hospital as detectives probe the attack. One man was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and remains in custody for questioning.
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The Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit have launched a murder investigation, and they are currently treating both incidents as connected.
Detective Inspector Lee Martin, from the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire Major Crime Unit, said: ‘Appalling violence in Luton cost a teenage boy his life yesterday, and left two others in life-threatening conditions.
‘Incidents such as these have a significant impact on our residents. Our thoughts are first and foremost with the loved ones of the boy who lost his life in such tragic and awful circumstances.
‘We are doing everything we can to prevent any further incidents and we want to reassure the wider community that officers are pursuing all lines of enquiry as well as carrying out increased patrols in the area.
‘Knife crime and violence has no place in our society – but it is a problem we must tackle together, alongside our communities, to challenge attitudes about carrying knives and provide opportunities to ensure our young people can feel safe.
‘Both incidents happened in busy areas with several people present. ‘If you witnessed any of these incidents, or if you have any video footage or images, then please get in touch.’
This comes after a murder investigation was launched following the death of a teenager in Slough who died earlier today.
The 19-year-old died after police where called to Hampden Road around 11.20am today,
Two men aged 19 and 21 were arrested and put in police custody.
Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Stuart Bosley said: ‘Tragically this incident has resulted in a young man losing his life.
‘We are in the very early stages of our investigation and are still trying to establish the full circumstances. It’s really important that if you have any information at all that could help our investigation that you get in touch as soon as possible.’
As a result of this incident, a Section 60 order has been put in place around the area of Slough for 24 hours. This will give officers increased powers to carry our stop and search checks and to ensure public safety. The order can be increased at the end of the 24 hour period if there is a need to do so.
Two weeks ago, on September 16, a man was stabbed to death outside a Tesco Express in the Sundon Park area of Luton.
Two boys, aged 16 and 17, appeared in the crown court at Luton this week accused of is murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent to a woman who was with him.
In June, Home Secretary Suella Braverman urged police to ‘ramp up’ use of stop and search in a crackdown on street knife crime.
Britain, especially London, has been rocked by several teenage fatalities this year.
This week, schoolgirl Elianne Andam, 15, became the sixteenth teenager to be killed in the capital.
It followed 13 fatal stabbings, two shootings and one suspected arson attack already this year.
The GCSE student’s death has sparked an outcry of anger over yet another senseless loss of life as calls grow for Sadiq Khan to tackle the capital’s knife crime problem.
The heartbreaking rollcall of teenagers killed has been laid bare on a tragic map.
It includes the death of Leonardo Reid, who was knifed just days before his 16th birthday, and talented boxer Khaled Saleh, 17, who was stabbed as he walked past a church in June.
Pastor Lorraine Jones, who lost her son Dwayne Simpson to knife crime, called the situation a ‘state of emergency’ and said more children will die unless something is done.
Urging the Mayor to do more, she pleaded: ‘We need help so we can deal with those that are most vulnerable,’ adding ‘otherwise all our lives are at risk.’