Teenage boy stabbed to death in Bundall

UPDATE: THE HUNT for the killer of an Arundel teenager has stepped up, with Police calling on witnesses to come forward.

It’s believed the 16-year-old was stabbed near the Sorrento Shopping Centre around 10pm on Saturday before making his way along nearby Allawah Street in search of help.

Detective Superintendent Dave Hutchinson, Regional Crime Coordinator South Eastern Police Region said police had spoken to a number of people but were continuing to ask for help from the public.


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“We believe the incident occurred on the street and he has then gone to a number of houses seeking assistance,” Det Insp Hutchinson said.

Police and emergency services attended Allawah Street around 10.20pm, but despite their best efforts, the teenager died at the scene from a stab wound.

“We would like to hear from anyone who was in the vicinity of Allawah Street and Bundall Road and the Sorrento shops between 9 and 11pm last night (Saturday),” he added.

“In particular we ask anyone who may have seen a white 2004 Holden Commodore sedan with P plates, and any people associated with that vehicle to contact Crime Stoppers.”

Police have spoken with the people who were inside the vehicle and they are not considered suspects.

EARLIER: POLICE have confirmed, a teenage boy has been stabbed to death at a home in Bundall.

Emergency crews arrived at the Allawah Street property around 10.20pm on Saturday to find the 16-year-old with stab wounds.

Attempts to save him were unsuccessful and he died at the scene.

Police set up a crime scene at the house and nearby areas, with Allawah Street closed, between Bundall Road and Upton Road.

Scientific and Scenes of Crime officers remain at the scene. While a police Investigation Centre has been established at Burleigh Heads Police Station.

Detectives are speaking to a number of people, including several who were at the home when police arrived. They are also door knocking local residents.

Anyone with any information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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