Southall Stabbing: Who is Ashmeet Singh?

Ashmeet Singh was fatally stabbed in a residential street in Hounslow.

Following a fatal stabbing in Southall, near the Ealing boundary, a murder inquiry is underway.

Police were dispatched to Raleigh Road in response to reports of a stabbing on Wednesday, November 24, at 9:07 p.m. 

Officers and London Ambulance Service paramedics arrived to find a youngster, thought to be 16 years old, with stab wounds.

Despite emergency responders' best attempts, he died at the site a short time later.

Ashmeet was stabbed in a fight over his Gucci bag.

His relatives have been notified, and definitive identification is pending.

Specialist Crime homicide detectives have been notified. There have been no arrests, and the investigation is still underway.

Ashmeet Singh Age

Ashmeet Singh's age was 16 years at the time of his death.

However, his exact date of birth is yet to be published on social media platforms.

The authorities may have wished to keep his personal details private because of various security concerns.

He is the 28th teen homicide victim on London's streets this year, one fewer than the 2008 high of 29 juvenile killings.

Ashmeet Singh Family And Death Details

Ashmeet Singh seemed to have a supportive and wonderful family.

However, his family's identity is yet to be revealed on social media platforms.

The authorities might have wanted to keep his personal information confidential because of different security considerations.

Ashmeet Singh was stabbed to death in a residential street in Hounslow. 

On Wednesday evening, the child was discovered with fatal knife wounds on Raleigh Road.

He is the 28th teen homicide victim on London's streets this year, one fewer than the 2008 high of 29 juvenile killings.

Friends believe Ashmeet was stabbed because he wore a fake Gucci purse on a regular basis.

His family has been informed, and formal identification is still waiting.

Homicide investigators from the Specialist Crime Unit have been notified.

No arrests have been made, and the inquiry is still ongoing.