In Monday’s stabbing incident in Boston’s Roslindale neighborhood, an 18-year-old man sadly lost his life. Officers from the Boston Police Department were called to the area, which is located off of Washington Street at 63 Bradeen St., shortly after 5:30 p.m., following reports of a stabbing.
Officers arrived to discover the young man in an alley between two buildings, suffering from a potentially fatal stabbing wound. Superintendent Felipe Colon of the Boston Police Department described the swift response, mentioning that Boston Emergency Medical Services expeditiously took the wounded to a nearby hospital. Sadly, the hospital declared him deceased.
Police have gathered evidence from the area as part of their ongoing investigation, but they have not yet found a weapon that may be connected to the stabbing. As of late Monday night, no one has been taken into custody about the event.
The Boston Police Department is looking for video evidence and witnesses right now. Superintendent Colon stressed that information-gathering operations that could result in an arrest are underway.
Anyone with information regarding the stabbing is asked to call the Boston Police Department’s Homicide Unit at 617-343-4470, according to the authorities. You can text the word “TIP” to 27463 or contact the Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-494-8477 if you would rather stay anonymous.
Residents impacted by this tragedy are also receiving emotional help from the Boston Neighborhood Trauma Team. You can get in touch with them at 617-431-0125 for 24/7 free and private service.