Teenager stabbed to death in East London, identified by Police


A Seventeen-year-old teenager was found dead due to severe stabbing wounds in east London. Police investigated about man’s details. His name is revealed to be Shae Gordon.

During the early hours of Sunday, the Seventeen-year-old boy, Shae Gordon, is from Enfield, north London, and suffered fatal stab wounds during a disturbance in Lichfield Road, Bow and died.


The eighteen-year-old second teenager remains critically injured in hospital, the Metropolitan Police said.

On Monday, an Eighteen-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and remained in custody.

Paramedics reached the crime spot at the time, and Police were informed that two teenagers were found with severe stabbing wounds. One teenager was later declared dead after he was taken to the hospital.

Scotland Yard Officers and paramedics from the London ambulance service and London’s air ambulance found two teenagers with stab wounds. They were taken to a hospital in east London, but the youngest – believed to be 17 – died afterwards. His family have been informed about the incident and supported by specially trained officers.

Det Ch Insp Mark Rogers, who leads the inquiry, said, “Shae’s family have our assurances that we will do everything we perhaps can to bring them justice and support them following their terrible loss.

In addition, Det Ch Insp Mark Rogers said that “I also want to comfort them and the broader community that my team and I are working around the clock to establish exactly what has happened and who is responsible.”


“I am mindful of reports saying that about a hundred armed with weapons were implicated. While I would emphasise that our exploration is in its very premature stages, this information does not appear to be wholly authentic, Det Ch Insp Mark Rogers added.

Det Ch Insp Mark Rogers further said that we know many people were caught up in this happening but not necessarily directly involved or armed with weapons.

Investigators are resuming to demand spectators.

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