Tottenham fatal stabbing: Jordan Briscoe named as victim - murder investigation launched

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Police have named the victim of a fatal stabbing in Arnold Road, Haringey, on Sunday.

The victim of a fatal stabbing in Tottenham has been named by police as a murder investigation is launched.

Investigating officers say the victim is 25-year-old Jordan Briscoe.

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At 10.15pm on Sunday (March 5) police were called to reports of a stabbing on Arnold Road, off Philip Lane.

The victim was found with stab wounds and treated at the scene, but he later died in hospital.

Although formal identification has not taken place, the deceased is believed to be Jordan Briscoe.

His family have been informed and are being supported by specialist officers.

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A homicide investigation has been launched, led by Detective Chief Inspector Linda Bradley of Specialist Crime.

DCI Bradley, said on Monday: “My heartfelt sympathies go to Jordan’s family and friends. Specialist support is in place to help them, and I can assure them that my colleagues and I will do everything possible to bring to justice anyone involved in this tragic killing.

“Cordons are in place as officers conduct detailed forensic enquiries in the local area. Searches are taking place and extensive enquiries are under way to obtain all CCTV footage that may assist the investigation.”

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He added: “I am appealing for anyone who saw anything suspicious in and around Arnold Road, Philip Lane and the surrounding area to get in touch. A number of local people have already spoken with officers to tell us what they saw or heard. I thank them for their support, and urge others to come forward to police or, if they wish to remain anonymous, to contact Crimestoppers.”

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Detective Chief Superintendent Caroline Haines, in charge of local policing for the Met’s North Area Command Unit, said: “Officers working at the scene have been speaking with local people, including making house to house enquiries. I urge anyone with information or concerns about crime in the area to speak with those officers.

“I have met with partners and community representatives this afternoon to share what we know and to listen to their concerns and suggestions.

“I am committed to ensuring that we continue working together in the coming days as the investigation progresses.”

Anyone with information or any witnesses are asked to call the incident room on 020 8358 1010 or via 101 or Tweet @MetCC quoting reference CAD 6900/05Mar.

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