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New appeal as police name boy stabbed to death in Vauxhall

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Police have renewed their appeal for information as they named the victim of a fatal stabbing in Vauxhall on Monday (July 5).

Officers and paramedics responded to reports of a stabbing around 11.45pm on Monday to reports of a stabbing at Oval Place in Vauxhall.

A 16-year-old boy was found there suffering from stab injuries, and sadly pronounced dead at the scene despite the first responders’ best efforts.


On Thursday (July 8) police confirmed the victim to be 16-year-old Keane Flynn-Harling, from Lambeth.

The Met said his next of kin were being support by specially trained officers.

Detectives from the Met’s Specialist Crime Command are leading the investigation and continue to appeal for witnesses.

There have been no arrests so far.

Detective Chief Inspector Dan O’Sullivan, said: “Officers are working around the clock, pursuing a number of leads and enquiries following this sad and needless loss of another young life on the streets of London.

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“My officers will do all they to find the person or persons responsible.

“A number of people have spoken to us already, but there are more who have yet to come forward. I continue to urge anyone with information to speak to us about what you know – it could prove crucial in bringing Keane’s family justice.”

Chief Superintendent Colin Wingrove, responsible for local policing in Lambeth and Southwark, added: “I am shocked and saddened by the senseless loss of another young life to knife crime.

“I am also deeply saddened that another family experiences the painful loss of a son, and the trauma knife crime brings is once again experienced in our local community.

“Our thoughts are with Keane’s family who are being supported by specialist officers.”

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