Police Arrest Two Men Over The Murder of James Amadu In Enfield
The London Police says it has arrested two men on the suspicion of one James Amadu’s murder in Enfield.
The detective arrested an 18-year-old man and a 15-year-old boy on Friday, November 1.
The duo will be questioned at North London Police Station.
The incident happened on Thursday after the police were called to a report of a stabbing at Blossom Lane, Lavender Hill.
Police arrived at the scene, however, there was no victim present.
A while later, Amadu, 26, struggled to self-present himself at Chase farm, a north London Hospital suffering from a stab wound.
He died at about 14: 21 hrs later.
His remains were deposited at the Haringey mortuary on Friday where a post-mortem examination was carried out.
The police say it has informed his next-of-kin.
Police from North Area Command Unit, detectives are leading the investigation.
A road closure is in place in Lavender Hill near the crime scene.
Detectives are appealing to the public with information to call on 101 quoting 3432/31OCT.