Stabbing update: Havering police charge boys
Havering Police have charged four teenage boys following an attack on two youngsters and their dad in Rainham,
The 46-year-old man was stabbed three times, in Farm Road, as he came to the rescue of his sons, 14 and 17, who had been been attacked by a gang, at around 5pm on Monday.
Four boys were charged with two counts of attempted robbery.
Three have been bailed to attend court on June 15.
One was also charged with grevious bodily harm (GBH) with intent and he has been remanded in custody.
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Another boy has been bailed pending further enquiries and a sixth boy remains in custody pending further enquiries.
All the boys are aged 15 and 16 and due to their youth they cannot be named.
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Anyone with information regarding the incident can contact Romford police station on: 0300 123 12 12