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Police statement on Milton Keynes double stabbing

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Police statement on Milton Keynes double stabbing

Police statement on Milton Keynes double stabbing

Thames Valley Police have given details about the murder of two boys at a house party in Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes.

Detective Chief Superintendent Ian Hunter, Head of Crime at Thames Valley Police, said police had been called to an incident on Archford Croft at 11.59pm on 19 October.

Speaking at a police press conference Mr Hunter said: "One 17-year-boy died of his injuries at the scene, and a second boy, also 17, was taken to hospital where he sadly died.

Two other males, one aged 17 and one aged 23, were also injured as a result of this incident."hospital with serious injuries.

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