A 14-year-old boy, who had been missing since July, has been stabbed to death in south-east London.
Kevin Ssali, of Whitworth Road in Norwood, was attacked after he got off a route 202 bus in Lee, according to BBC.
Police and paramedics were called to Burnt Ash Road at about 21:45 BST on Saturday where they found him with multiple stab wounds. Three teenage males have been arrested on suspicion of murder, police said.
Detectives believe Kevin had travelled on the bus through Lee Green and was attacked after getting off outside a supermarket.
He was taken to hospital, but later died. A post-mortem examination took place on Monday.
“One of Kevin’s friend, Denshan Williams, who was at the scene to pay tributes, said: “It still hasn’t sunk in now. It makes me think that it could happen to anybody.”
The stabbing occurred near the bakery where 16-year-old Jimmy Mizen was murdered in 2008, close to his family home.
Jimmy’s father, Barry Mizen, said: “It came as a great shock because it’s a few hundred yards away [from where Jimmy was stabbed].
“Our hearts go out to the family.” Jimmy’s mother Margaret said: “Today what was horrible was that I saw all the ribbon that was around the area and that brought back such memories of when Jimmy was killed.
“It is painful and it does bring back the pain.” The 14-year-old was stabbed on Saturday night in Lee. The couple asked people to help the police and urged people to “stand together and let’s bring peace in the community”. Teenage stab victims