Warnham stabbing: Teen, 17, dies days after attack at marquee party as boy, 16, arrested over 'murder' | The Sun

Warnham stabbing: Teen, 17, dies days after attack at marquee party as boy, 16, arrested over 'murder' | The Sun

July 26, 2023

A TEENAGER has died days after a being attacked as a 16-year-old boy is arrested over the alleged murder.

The victim, 17, who hasn't been named yet, was stabbed at an addressin Warnham, West Sussex.

Cops were called to the knifing on Marches Road during the early hours of Sunday morning.

It's understood an end-of-term party was taking place when the horror unfolded.

The teen was rushed to hospital where he was left fighting for his life before sadly passing away on Tuesday.

His family have been informed and are being supported.


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Sussex Police arrested two boys, both aged 16, at the time on suspicion of attempted murder.

One has since been re-arrested on suspicion of murder while the other is being treated as a witness and will face no further action.

A 16-year-old girl and a 52-year-old woman have also been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Detective chief inspector Kimball Edey said: "Our thoughts are with the victim's family and friends at this incredibly difficult time.

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"We know that there were a number of young people in attendance at an event, and are keen to speak to them.

"Further arrests have been made in this case, and we ask the public not to speculate about the incident on social media as it may jeopardise the ongoing investigation."

Anyone with information can contact Sussex Police on 01273 470101 and quote "Operation Ketley".

You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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