Six arrested over murder of 14 year old black boy stabbed to death in street

Six arrested over murder of 14 year old black boy stabbed to death in street

Six white people including two boys aged 13 and 14 have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a 14-year-old black boy was stabbed to death in the street of Birmingham, UK during a 'gang fight'.

Witnesses claimed a 'gang of white lads' killed the 14-year-old boy like a 'pack of feral animals'.

Witnesses say the boy who died was black. But police today ruled out a racially motivated attack .

The 13-year-old was detained in the Walsall area of Birmingham on Tuesday, June 1, while the 14-year-old was arrested along with a 38-year-old man in a vehicle in Cheshire.

Two men, aged 36 and 35, surrendered to separate police stations in the West Midlands, police say.

A 33-year-old man was also arrested in the Kingstanding area earlier today, according to West Midlands Police.

Emergency services rushed to the scene near the McDonald's College Road, Kingstanding, Birmingham, at around 7.30pm on Monday in the aftermath of a large street fight.
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It is thought that the schoolboy, who has not been identified, had previously been targeted by a gang at his school.

His family were about to report to police before he was fatally attacked.

Witnesses say he was playing football with friends then he was attacked as he made his way home.

The teenager was pronounced dead in the street from knife wounds despite the efforts of paramedics.

One mother, who did not wish to be named, said: 'It was carnage when I looked out my window, there were kids everywhere.

'They were like a pack of feral animals the way they were swarming around him.

'Apparently a gang of white lads just jumped him, I don't know how many had knives but it is just terrifying. He was only a child.'

Detective Chief Inspector Stu Mobberley, who is leading the investigation, has since said: 
'We've made rapid progress in the investigation already and are following up a number of really strong lines of enquiry.
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