Warwick University Halls: Teenager stabbed to death in a student block. Man 18, 18 and woman 18, arrested for attempted murder

  • Two 18-year olds were taken into custody on suspicion that they attempted to murder the victim.
  • Unidentified male, aged 19, had serious injuries. However, his condition was not life-threatening.
  • At 4.30PM, police and paramedics descended upon Sherbourne Halls.

Following a stabbing attack at Warwick University by two teenage boys, they were both arrested.

After the stabbing at residence halls, an 18-year old man and a female were arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.

An unidentified 19-year old man was taken to the hospital for serious injuries. However, his condition isn’t considered to be critical.

Police, paramedics and an air ambulance descended on the Sherbourne block at the Russel Group university following the attack at around 4.30pm on Wednesday.

Armed police (pictured), paramedics and an air ambulance descended on the Sherbourne block at the Russel Group university following the attack at around 4.30pm on Wednesday

Following the Wednesday attack, around 4.30pm on Wednesday, an assault team of paramedics (pictured), armed police and an ambulance arrived at Sherbourne Block at Russel Group university.

The 794-rooms were surrounded by armed police, as social media video showed. One of them was then taken into custody in handcuffs.

On suspicion of attempted murder, a man 18 years old from Kings Langley in Hertfordshire as well as a woman 18 years old from London were both arrested.

Warwickshire Police spokesmen said that police were called yesterday at 4.32pm to investigate reports of a stabbing at Scarman Road property. A 19-year old man was found with multiple stab wounds by officers who responded to the call.

“He was transported to the hospital, where his injuries were not considered life-threatening.

“An 18 year old man from Kings Langley in Hertfordshire, and an 18 year-old female from London were both arrested for attempted murder.”

An 18-year-old man and a woman, 18, were detained on suspicion of attempted murder after the knifing at a halls of residence

After the stabbing at residence halls, an 18-year old man and a female were suspected of attempted murder, they were taken into custody

Detective Inspector CawailWong reported that it was a serious case in which a young male suffered from stab wounds. Anyone with any information on it is asked to call police.

Warwick University assured that students and staff were safe and offered assistance to those who needed it.

It said in a statement: ‘We want to reassure those concerned by a continued police presence around Sherbourne that there is no danger to students or staff.

“We are able to confirm that an incident occurred, which has now been resolved.” Police officers are still on the ground as part of an ongoing investigation. Warwick staff members also remain there.

West Midlands Ambulance Service spokeswoman said that they were responding to reports about a stabbing at Gibbet Hill Road around 4.24pm yesterday.

“One ambulance and a paramedic were dispatched to the scene. Also, the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire Air Ambulances were also sent.

“On our arrival, we found one patient in serious condition. He was then taken by ambulance to the hospital.

“The crew of airmen traveled on the backs of ambulances to carry out treatment and continue to the hospital.”