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Boy 15 Murdered in launched in Sheffield

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Sue Martin
Sue Martin is a Crime Reporter with Police Hour. Sue Joined the Team in 2015. Sue mainly focuses on North East news and incidents on Teesside. If you have got a story then why not email [email protected]

A murder investigation has been launched this evening after a 15-year-old boy died in hospital following an incident in the Lowedges area of Sheffield.

Police received reports at around 7.50pm tonight, that a 15-year-old boy had been stabbed on Lowedges Road.

He was taken to hospital where he died an hour later.

Eyewitnesses have told Police Hour they heard a “15-year-old lad had been stabbed, we heard lots of sirens for over an hour.

“Lots of police and ambulance workers ascended into the area and a huge cordon was put in place’

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