Teenage boy, 16, dies after stabbing at western Sydney home
- A 16-year-old boy was fatally stabbed while at a party in a western Sydney home
- Police allege the offender was the boyfriend of a mutual friend at the house party
- No arrests have been made but officers are speaking with a number of witnesses
- Investigators said there is no evidence to suggest the stabbing was gang related
A teenage boy has been fatally stabbed in Sydney‘s west with police now investigating the death.
A 16-year-old boy has been fatally stabbed during a gathering at a western Sydney home.
Emergency services were called to the Ropes Crossing house early on Saturday morning to find the boy suffering a stab wound.
Police performed CPR before paramedics arrived but the boy died at the scene.
Detective Chief Inspector Paul Tickner said the alleged offender was the boyfriend of a mutual friend who had been invited to the party by a teenage girl at the gathering.
‘Young boys, probably with some hormones running through their system, and somebody thought they had to defend the rights of their girlfriend at the scene,’ he said.
Detectives from Mt Druitt Police Area Command are now investigating, assisted by the state’s homicide investigations squad, after a 16-year-old boy was stabbed at Ropes Crossing
‘Unfortunately it’s led to a young boy being killed. They shouldn’t have been carrying knives in the first place.’
The mutual friend’s boyfriend brought two other males with him.
Detectives from Mt Druitt Police Area Command are now investigating, assisted by the state’s homicide investigations squad.
The family of the dead boy arrived at the scene shortly after the incident and were assisted by police. He is yet to be formally identified.
No arrests have been made but officers are speaking with a number of witnesses and looking for the alleged offender.
Investigators said there was no evidence to suggest the stabbing was gang related or connected to any other incidents.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Mt Druitt Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.