Following a fatal stabbing in northwest London, a man has been charged with murder, according to the Met Police. Let’s see who is Liban Ali and why did he stab Andre Foster to death in detail.
Who is Liban Ali?
Liban Ali is a 29-year-old suspect arrested in the case of Andre Foster’s murder. He was accused of killing Andre Foster, 44, on December 25 near Kilburn Station. He was also accused of drug offenses and having a bladed object in his possession.
Detectives investigating the murder of Andre Foster in Brent have charged a man with the murder, as well as drugs offences and possession of a bladed item.https://t.co/Sw0lgjjsAT
— Brent MPS | North West BCU (@MPSBrent) December 26, 2022
Police arrested Ali in Nottingham on Friday and he was charged with murder. On December 26, he is scheduled to appear in court at Willesden.
What happened to Foster?
At around 9.55 am on December 20, police were called to a residence at Gable Lodge on Mowbray Road, where the police discovered Mr. Foster with stab wounds.
Andre Foster, 44, – also known as Andre Jacks was discovered wounded at Gable Lodge in Mowbray Road, Kilburn, just before 10:00 GMT on Tuesday.
At the Gable Lodge apartment complex, London Ambulance Service paramedics and an air ambulance were also dispatched. Despite receiving treatment from paramedics, he was declared dead at the site.
Specialized authorities have informed and are assisting Mr. Foster’s nearest of kin. A post-mortem examination was also done on Thursday.
A stab wound to the neck was determined to be the cause of death after a post-mortem performed at the Northwick Park Mortuary.
The investigation’s chief detective, Detective Chief Inspector Linda Bradley, called the incident “senseless”. “Andre’s family has been devastated by this senseless act of violence,” she said. “Our thoughts are with them at this sad time.”
Police were alerted by the London Ambulance Service at 09:55 on December 20 to allegations of a man being stabbed at a residence at Gable Lodge on Mowbray Road, NW6. As a result, a murder investigation was launched.
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