Original article from Kent Live
A teenage boy has been stabbed to death in Woolwich.
Police officers dashed to the scene in Woolwich New Road at around 5.23pm today (July 5).
They saw a teenage boy suffering from a stab injury, and immediately provided first aid before paramedics arrived.
However, despite their efforts, the boy was pronounced dead at the scene at 6.08pm.
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Formal identification has not taken place, and officers are in the process of contacting his next of kin.
A crime scene is in place and officers have remained in the area.
No arrests have been made at this early stage, as enquiries continue.
A post-mortem examination will be held in due course.
A large cordon was put in place and police instructed crowds to move back.
People were also urged to leave the Tesco Extra, which is situated 150m from where the victim was attacked.
One officer pleaded: "Please leave the area, allow us to do what we need to do to save this man’s life".
Any witnesses are asked to call police via 101 quoting reference Cad 5748/05Jul.
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