A woman who wore a niqab or burka is being hunted by police after a teen was stabbed to death.
According to The Daily Mail, Murder squad detectives are hunting a Burka-clad woman who is believed to have had a knife in her bag after a teenager was stabbed to death outside The University of the Arts.
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The report goes on to say “the terrified woman, who had a cut to her hand, ran into a nearby Costa coffee shop screaming for help after the man was attacked with a screwdriver and knife.”
A coffee shop worker claimed she saw a knife in the woman's bag following the attack which resulted in the death of the 18-year-old man.
“She ran into the kitchen and she was shaken up and asking for help,” the coffee shop worker, who didn't want to be named said. “I took her into the seating area and I saw something sharp in her bag, I'm sure it was a knife. She also had a cut on her right hand. She then went into the toilet for a while before coming out and getting into a car. I think she was a Muslim because she was wearing a burka.”
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Detective Chief Inspector Sam Price, Homicide and Major Crime Command urged witnesses to come forward.
“I am appealing for anyone who witnessed this attack to come forward and speak to police,” he said. “I am particularly to keen to trace and speak to a female who was seen with the victim in the moments before he was attacked.”
Yet another reason to ban the burka.