A teenage student who was stabbed to death in a playground near the university was named 18-year-old Hazrat Walli.
According to the Metropolitan Police, Mr. Warri died in a hospital after a deadly attack on the Craneford Way in Twickenham, southwest London, on Tuesday.
Officers are examining CCTV images for evidence of the incident. Witnesses said they saw the fight in the field the moment before the teenager was stabbed.
Mr. Wari was attacked at around 4:45 pm and died in the hospital about an hour later.
He was a student at the nearby Richmond upon Thames University. Witnesses explained how a college teacher rushed to disband a schoolchild who was playing rugby in the field at the time and was attacked to CPR Mr. Warri.
A teenager who lived in Notting Hill, western London, was born in Afghanistan and stayed in the United Kingdom for two years.
A relative living in Stanmore, northwestern London, told Evening Standard: He came here to study, he lived alone in London. All his relatives have returned to Afghanistan. “
Twickenham MP Munira Wilson said he offered “deep condolences” to Mr. Warri’s family after the “tragic and shocking incident.”
She added: “Police are still tracking a large number of major suspects and forensic investigations are underway at the crime scene. Access to the railway bridge via the field and Twickenham Rough remains closed for at least the next 48 hours. It will be blocked.
“Police have significantly strengthened patrols in the area and will continue to patrol for the next few days. I urged them to continue doing so beyond this week. The university security team also said more. We are patrolling the area intensively.
“I will call the Mayor of London and the Interior Ministry repeatedly to increase the number of local police,” she said. Parents..
Vicky Tanstall, Chief Criminal Police Department of Specialist Crime Command, said:
“Executives have recovered CCTV from the area and spoke to many witnesses who said they saw the fighting the moment before Hazrat was attacked.
“I know a lot of people were on the scene at the time. If you haven’t talked to the police yet, I recommend contacting us right away.”
Additional reporting by PA