Youth told ‘You are going to die’ in Stanwell ‘stabbing’, claims witness

March 17, 2019
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A young man was asked if he wanted to die before being attacked with a knife in a Stanwell car park, a witness claims.

Armed police descended on the area around Town Lane at around 10.30pm on Saturday (March 16), near where the man was reportedly stabbed in the hand.

He was able to escape in his car to the nearby McDonald’s, where police and ambulance attended him, according to a witness who wished to remain anonymous.

The witness said: “A young group was hanging out in Tesco car park in their cars. A man walked over to one of the vehicles and spoke to the young man who was driving.

 

“The man asked the young lad if he wanted to die, and then said ‘Well you’re going to die’ and swung the knife at the young lad.

“The young lad held his hand up and was stabbed in the hand.”

In another incident nearby, a resident said she hid in an alleyway to avoid a man walking down Viola Avenue swinging a “long, shiny, metal weapon”. It is not known if the incidents are connected.

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The witness said several cars in Viola Avenue were attacked by a man wielding a similar weapon.

She said: “I stood in that alleyway and just peeked out to see if he was gone and I couldn’t see him so I ran home.

“I was on my own, it was dark, that’s the last thing I expect to see. It was pretty scary.”

Armed police sealed off Viola Avenue during the incident, and regular officers remained in the area on Sunday morning (March 17).

It is not known if any arrests have yet been made and Surrey Police has been contacted for further details.

Article source: https://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/surrey-news/youth-told-you-going-die-15987323


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