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Finchley Road man charged with murder over Turnpike Lane fatal stabbing

PUBLISHED: 08:43 19 June 2018

The scene at Turnpike Lane station in north London after the stabbing. Picture: Jack Hardy/PA Images

The scene at Turnpike Lane station in north London after the stabbing. Picture: Jack Hardy/PA Images

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A Hampstead man has been charged with murder over the killing of Edmond Jonuzi outside Turnpike Lane tube station, in Haringey.

Bilal Mumin, 19, of Finchley Road was charged with murder, section 18 GBH and possession of an offensive weapon earlier today.

He was arrested in Wood Green yesterday afternoon.

Edmond, who was also known as Edmond Preci, was killed on Green Lanes on Saturday June 9.

Police were called to the incident at 9.47pm and found Edmond with stab wounds.

He was pronounced dead at the scene.

Mumin will appear at Highbury Corner Magistrates’ Court later today.

Police enquiries continue.

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