Bath Stabbing Today – Police responded to the report of a stabbing incident that happened in Bath today. According to reports, East field avenue in Weston was the location of the tragedy that resulted in the loss of one person’s life. It has not been determined who the victim is. At the time that this article was written, it was not clear whether or not the suspect had been taken into custody.
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A man was stabbed to death outside of a McDonald’s, and the police have verified that they have arrested a youngster who is 15 years old on suspicion of being the murderer. After being phoned just before 3:30 in the morning on Saturday, emergency personnel were dispatched to Southgate Street in the central business district of Bath, where Ben Moncrieff’s body was found and confirmed dead at the spot.
His family has been notified, and over the weekend, investigators from the Avon and Somerset Police Department arrested three people in connection with the tragedy that occurred. Only one of the boys, who is 15 years old, is still being held in custody; the other two were freed without any charges being filed against them. An assault left Moncrieff with life-threatening injuries, and he was regrettably pronounced dead at the site of the crime on Bath high street at approximately 3.30 in the morning on Saturday.
According to the police, there has not been an official identification performed yet, and investigations into the homicide are still ongoing. Following the event, specially trained officers who are also family liason officers are continuing to provide support to Moncrieff’s family.
“Our thoughts remain with Ben’s family during this difficult time,” stated Chief Inspector Ronnie Lungu of the Bath Neighbourhood Team. They are being supported by cops who have received specialised training, and they are being kept informed of the latest developments in the investigation. “We are asking anyone who may have information but who has not yet come forward to call us at 101 and provide the reference number 5223105088 when they do so. Alternately, the number to call to remain anonymous is 0800 555111, which belongs to the organisation Crimestoppers.
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