Seun McMillan, a Nigerian, was stabbed to death in Southgate, London
on Tuesday night.
According to homicide detectives, the 23-year-old was attacked four
miles away in a playing field at Masefield Crescent, close to his
Witnesses said they alerted police after an argument broke out “over
money” between a group of young men gathered in the park.
A post-mortem examination on 4th May gave his cause of death as a
single stab wound to the chest.
“We now believe Seun was stabbed in Cowper Gardens in Southgate and at
that time there would have been a number of people there that had
attended in cars,” Lee Watling, detective chief inspector of the
homicide and major crime command, said.
“We are keen to speak to everyone who was there and would appeal for
them to contact us.
“We would also appeal to anyone who saw what cars were in Cowper
Gardens at the time of the incident to also contact us.
“We continue to appeal for any witnesses to the attack, or anyone with
any information about it, to contact us.”
On Tuesday, the police were called to Barnet Hospital that Seun had
presented himself at the hospital after suffering stab injuries. ELANZANEWS.M