Teenage Girl Found Dead in Fridge in ‘Honour Killing’ in South London Suburb

Posted by on July 22, 2017 12:10 pm
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The suspected killer of a teenage girl whose body was found in a fridge was arrested in Dover as he tried to leave the country. Detectives are today questioning two men in connection with suspected honor killing and the attempted murder of the victim’s cousin.

The terrified survivor, 21, banged frantically on doors of neighboring homes before staggering to a nearby hospital with a slashed throat and multiple stab wounds. She told medics she had been kidnapped with her 19-year-old cousin and driven to a detached property under renovation in a wealthy south London suburb.

Police first launched a search for the two women after receiving a call at 5 pm last Wednesday raising concerns about the welfare of two women.

Two hours later police were alerted by a hospital after a woman was brought in suffering multiple stab and slash injuries. Officers raced to a £1.2 million five bedroom property in Coombe Lane West in Kingston where they smashed down the front door and found the body of the teenager in a large upright fridge.

Via The Evening Standard UK: Teenage girl found dead in the fridge in ‘honor killing’ in south London suburb.

(I noticed the article mentioned “honor killing” in the title and body of the article but failed to mention if the suspects were Muslim or not. Most likely they were.)

One response to Teenage Girl Found Dead in Fridge in ‘Honour Killing’ in South London Suburb

  1. cgbascom July 22nd, 2017 at 12:58 pm

    I, also, noticed the lack of description of the perpetrators of this “honor killing.” However, it did take place in London (or there abouts) and my first inclination about the identity of the killers would land me in front of the UK’s PC police. What a tragedy.


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