Policía: Un detenido por asesinato de 4 personas en Londres

Cuatro personas aparecen muertas por arma blanca en una casa del sur de Londres, según la policía británica

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lunes 25 abril 2022 11:57
GBRETAÑA-APUÑALAMIENTOS
GBRETAÑA-APUÑALAMIENTOS

Cuatro personas aparecieron muertas por arma blanca el lunes en una casa del sur de Londres, según la policía británica. Un hombre estaba detenido.

La policía respondía a avisos de un altercado en torno a las 1:40 de la madrugada y entró por la fuerza en una vivienda en la zona de Bermondsey, según la Policía Metropolitana. Los agentes encontraron a tres mujeres y un hombre “que sufrían lo que se cree eran heridas de apuñalamiento”.

La muerte de las cuatro víctimas se certificó en el lugar.

Un quinto hombre fue detenido como sospechoso de asesinato. Las víctimas y el sospechoso se conocían, indicó la policía.

La policía dijo que aún estaba contactando con las familias de los fallecidos y no hizo pública su identidad.

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