Two Suspects Arrested in Connection with Tragic Channel Crossing Death

UK News in Pictures

|

Home Breaking Two Suspects Arrested in Connection with Tragic Channel Crossing Death

Two Suspects Arrested in Connection with Tragic Channel Crossing Death

National Crime Agency (NCA) officers have apprehended two Sudanese nationals, aged 19 and 24, who were wanted by French authorities in connection with the death of a young girl attempting to cross the Channel in a small boat.

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

The tragic incident occurred on April 23 when the girl boarded the vessel on a beach near Wimereux. The boat continued into UK waters, and its occupants were brought ashore.

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

The suspects were detained at an address in the Hillingdon area of London on May 30. They face suspicion of causing the girl’s death.

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

Appearing before Westminster Magistrates on June 1, extradition proceedings commenced, and the men were remanded in custody until their next court appearance on June 7.

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

NCA Deputy Director of Investigations, Craig Turner, stated, “These arrests are the result of a joint investigation led by French authorities and supported by the NCA and other law enforcement partners. We remain committed to identifying those responsible for this tragic event and bringing them to justice.”

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

Two Suspects Arrested In Connection With Tragic Channel Crossing Death

social media2

Never miss another Breaking story again

 

You can sign up to get the latest news, top stories and exclusives sent straight to your WhatsApp from the UKNIP team.

WhatsApp
Instagram
Snapchat

To get stories sent to you, you need to already have WhatsApp. All you need to do is click this link and select ‘join community’

No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the UKNIP team. you can read your privacy policy notice.

Click here to join our WhatsApp community.

Follow UKNIP 

Single Post Template

Most Read