A 12-year-old girl is murdered allegedly by four adolescents in Liverpool

At 12, Ava White decided to leave yesterday with her friends to see the traditional lighting of Liverpool Christmas tree lights. For this, she went around fiv

A 12-year-old girl is murdered allegedly by four adolescents in Liverpool

At 12, Ava White decided to leave yesterday with her friends to see the traditional lighting of Liverpool Christmas tree lights. For this, she went around five o'clock in the afternoon to Church Street, main commercial artery of the city where she, just a few hours later, she would be brutally murdered after a supposed discussion with another group of young people. On November 25, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, four boys between 13 and 15 years old were arrested as alleged authors of the facts.

It was at 20:39 hours when the police received the notice of what happened. Upon arrival, they met a passer time trying to revive the little one until the medical assists arrived. Despite being attended at the time and later transferred to Alder Hey's Children's Hospital, she died shortly after her injuries. The why, at the moment, are not clear, because although it was assured at first that he had died victim of a stabbing, shortly after it was announced that he would be practiced an autopsy to know more about the exact circumstances in which he He produced the assault.

"We believe that Ava and her friends were immersed in a verbal discussion with another group and that was what led to the fatal aggression against her. From what we have understood, the aggressors were seen fleeing from the place of the facts," says a Communiqué of the Merseyside Police. "Our thoughts are with the relatives of Ava, who are already receiving the assists they need, the world is upstairs, no parent should face the call of a police officer communicating that the son of him has died."

At this time, the four young people detained are still questioned about what happened, although, for the place in which the facts occurred, there should be enough witnesses as to know exactly how everything was developed. Today, in full celebration of the Black Friday, and, surely without knowing the facts, several passers-by would have complained because the police cord around the crime place blocks the entrance of the Mark & Spencer and Primark stores, according to BBC.

"The center of Liverpool was very busy at that time by the lighting of the lights of the Christmas tree, so we asked anyone to see something or even record what happened with their mobile get in touch with us to help us clarify the Facts, "explains a spokesman for the Merseyside police. "There will be more agents in the area for the next few days so that everyone visiting the city center feels safer. The death of Ava should remind us of the paper so important that we all have when eliminating violence against the Women and girls ".

Date Of Update: 26 November 2021, 08:11

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