Boy pronounced dead in Bugs Bottom neighborhood on stage
After a 13-year-old boy was stabbed to death in Reading, a murder investigation was conducted. Shortly before 4 p.m., police were called. In Bugs Bottom fields in the suburb of Emmer Green on Sunday after a stabbing was registered. At the scene, the boy was pronounced dead. Thames Valley Police said it had notified the boy’s next of kin, but no formal identification had taken place. Senior Investigative Officer Det Supt Kevin Brown, head of the Major Crime Unit of Thames Valley Police, said:’ This is a fast-moving investigation. This is an active, fast-moving and complex case. We are in the very early stages of the investigation, but we suspect that two or three men who took off in the direction of Hunters Chase after the incident attacked the victim. For a number of days, there will be a very strong police presence in the area of St Barnabus Road and Gravel Hill and we have produced a very large crime. I’d ask anybody in the area who was driving or cycling and has either a dashcam or head cam to check the footage between 3 pm and 4.30 pm and come forward if they see any of it. I’m asking anyone in the area between 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. who was driving or cycling and has either a dashcam or head cam to check the footage and come forward if they see anything suspicious captured. Clearly, in the community, this incident will cause great concern, and I fully understand that concern. “Obviously, this incident will cause great concern in the community, and I fully understand that concern. ”
Please do not hesitate to communicate with any of them if you have any questions or details. Anyone with information about the incident should call the 24-hour number 101 and include the incident number 1069 for Jan. 3.