Teenager sought over phone row murder
Detectives have named a 15-year-old boy wanted for the murder of a teenager during a dispute over a mobile phone.
Dogan Ismail, 17, died from a single stab wound on Sunday after he met with a group of youths to get back a phone stolen from his younger brother, according to reports. He was killed at the same spot another man was killed three months ago in an unconnected attack.
Police are now hunting for Dawda Jallow, 15, over the killing on Aylesbury estate in Walworth, south-east London. “I appeal direct to Dawda to present himself at a police station so this matter can be dealt with,” said Detective Chief Inspector Matt Bonner.
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