Romford stabbing: Two teenagers charged
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Two 19-year-olds have been charged after a young man was stabbed in Romford yesterday, Tuesday November 20.
They are due to appear in court tomorrow.
Police were called at just after 1.15pm on Tuesday to reports of a person stabbed outside the Lidl supermarket in Atlanta Boulevard.
A 19-year-old man was found suffering from injuries. He was taken to hospital and later discharged.
Police arrested two men the same evening.
Charlie Khan, of Granton Avenue, Upminster was charged today, Wednesday, November 21, with GBH and possession of a knife.
Harry Goodwin, of Aspen Grove, Upminster was charged on the same date with assault causing actual bodily harm.
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Both are due to appear in custody at Barkingside Magistrates’ Court tomorrow, Thursday, November 22.