Huddersfield stabbing: kid murdered near school

Huddersfield stabbing: kid murdered near school


A 15-year-old kid in West Yorkshire died after being “tied down and repeatedly stabbed” near a school.

The unnamed teen was allegedly 'pinned down' in Woodhouse Hill, near the gates of North Huddersfield Trust School, at around 3pm today. (Pictured: Huge police response near scene of incident)

The unnamed teen was allegedly 'pinned down' in Woodhouse Hill, near the gates of North Huddersfield Trust School, at around 3pm today. (Pictured: Huge police response near scene of incident)


This afternoon, just before 3 p.m., the adolescent was attacked at Woodhouse Hill, near the entrance to North Huddersfield Trust School.

The boy was evacuated to Leeds General Infirmary by emergency personnel, however he was tragically proclaimed dead shortly thereafter.

West Yorkshire Police called the homicide as a “completely pointless loss of a young life” and have increased patrols in the area tonight.

A PCSO stands at the scene of the stabbing in Fartown, in Huddersfield, earlier today

A PCSO stands at the scene of the stabbing in Fartown, in Huddersfield, earlier today

The Homicide and Major Enquiry Team (HMET) of the police department is conducting an investigation into the occurrence and will remain at the location tonight as forensics and specialists undertake searches.

At approximately 3 p.m. today, the unidentified kid was allegedly ‘pinned down’ in Woodhouse Hill, close to the entrance of North Huddersfield Trust School. (Pictured: a massive police response near the event area)

Earlier today, a PCSO stands at the scene of the stabbing in Fartown, Huddersfield.

At 1.54 p.m., police were called to an incident in the Fartown neighborhood of Huddersfield.

A 46-year-old parent whose 14-year-old son attends the school told Yorkshire Live, “It was a frightening time when I heard there had been trouble and a teacher answered my son’s phone.” I believe he may have witnessed some of the events.

Staff requested that I come collect him. I’ve heard that everything appeared out of thin air. This student was seized, pinned to the ground, and repeatedly stabbed.’

Yorkshire Air Ambulance had blocked off the roads surrounding the incident (pictured), while parents say they are deeply concerned

Yorkshire Air Ambulance had blocked off the roads surrounding the incident (pictured), while parents say they are deeply concerned

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance had shut the roads surrounding the incident, and parents expressed grave anxiety.

Another father whose daughter attends the school stated that something ‘has to be done’ about the increase in criminality in the neighborhood, adding, ‘My daughter just began there and was boarding the bus home. A boy wearing a black helmet and a snood attacked a student with a knife before fleeing the scene.

She witnessed the altercation but did not see the knife or blood. The bus had just pulled up as it occurred, obscuring a portion of the incident; she appears to be fine, but I believe she is still processing it. It is only about her third week at her new school.

He stated that the neighborhood was beginning to resemble a criminal scenario.

A representative for the West Yorkshire We stated, “At 1.54 p.m. today, police received an allegation from a third party that a teen had been critically injured in an assault in Woodhouse Hill, Huddersfield.”

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance obstructed the roads surrounding the incident (shown), while parents expressed grave anxiety.

Pictures shot earlier today revealed that at least six police vehicles responded to the incident.

Tonight, West Yorkshire Police confirmed the tragic death of the young kid and the initiation of a murder inquiry.

Senior Investigating Officer Detective Superintendent Marc Bowes stated, “Our investigation is still in its first stages, and we will conduct comprehensive inquiries to determine the exact circumstances surrounding this occurrence that ended in the utterly tragic death of a young man.”

We are working closely with our colleagues at Kirklees District, who are strengthening their presence in the area to reassure residents and keep them informed as our investigation proceeds.

We’ve already identified a number of witnesses to the incident, but we’re still interested in hearing from anyone with information that could aid the investigation.

Anyone with information is requested to contact HMET detectives at 101 or online at https://www.westyorkshire.police.uk/101LiveChat with the reference number 13220521713.


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