New Cross stabbing: Two boys, 15, charged with murder of Teon Campbell-Pitter

Teon Cambell-Pitter was stabbed to death by Fordham Park in New Cross on April 13.

Two 15-year-old boys have been charged with the murder of Teon Campbell-Pitter, who was stabbed to death in New Cross.

The teenagers - who cannot be named for legal reasons - appeared at Bromley Magistrates’ Court on Monday April 18.

One of the boys was also charged with possession of a bladed weapon.

They were both remanded in custody before a hearing at the Old Bailey on Thursday April 21.

Scotland Yard said that detectives are not seeking any further suspects.

A spokesperson from the Double Jab boxing club said: “It is these devastating moments which highlight how urgent our fight against knife crime is.

“As a club we work tirelessly to give young people an alternative, but we need our entire community to recognise the duty we share in creating change.

“This simply cannot keep happening to young people.

“Our hearts are with the family of the young man, who are now facing the loss of their beloved son.

“We are devastated.”