A 17-year-old stabbed to death in London’s West End at the weekend has been named.
Jeremy Menesses, who lived in south London, was taken to hospital after suffering a stab wound during an assault on Market Place at the junction with Oxford Street at 5.38pm on Saturday.
But despite efforts of medics, the teen was pronounced dead at 7.33pm. A post-mortem examination will be held in due course.
The Met Police said three men, all aged 18 and from south London, were later arrested on suspicion of murder after going to a south London hospital with superficial stab injuries.
They have since left hospital and are now in custody. Two have also been arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.
Detective Chief Inspector Katherine Goodwin said: “This attack took place following a fight between a number of males in broad daylight and was witnessed by a large number of horrified onlookers.
“We have spoken to a number of people already but need anyone who has information, video or images to speak to us and tell us what they know.
“Your assistance could prove vital as we investigate this terrible incident.”
Superintendent Rob Shepherd added: “Residents and visitors will see an increased police presence in the area following this shocking incident.
“We are doing everything we can to support our specialist crime colleagues as they continue their investigation and urge anyone with information to approach officers on the street if they have information that they would like to share with us, or call 101.”