Two victims were Nottingham University students

Two of the victims killed during a city centre knife and van attack were students from the University of Nottingham, it has been confirmed.

An eyewitness has claimed they heard “blood-curdling screams” before a man and woman were attacked with a knife on Ilkeston Road. Police found two bodies on the street, while a man was later found dead in Magdala Road.

One student told the Telegraph: “They just got unlucky. They were five minutes from home and got stabbed by a random guy.”

The university has now confirmed two of its students were among the three killed.

Nottinghamshire Police say they are keeping an ‘open mind’ over the motive of the attacks as they work alongside counter terror police and say no-one else in wanted in connection with the attacks.

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04:16 PM

University of Nottingham statement in full

“It is with great sadness that we confirm the sudden and unexpected death of two of our students following a major incident in Nottingham city centre overnight.

“We are shocked and devastated by the news and our thoughts are with those affected, their families and friends. We know this is likely to cause distress for staff and students in our community.

“Support is available through our support and wellbeing services for any of our community who may need it.”

04:13 PM

University confirms two students killed

The University of Nottingham has said two of the three people killed in Tuesday’s attacks were students at the university

03:58 PM

Emmanuel Macron – France shares grief over Nottingham attacks

President Macron has said France “shares the grief” with Britain after Tuesday’s attack in Nottingham and “stand by their side”.

03:53 PM

Vigil scheduled for 5pm

Nottingham City Council leader David Mellen has told BBC Radio Nottingham a vigil for the victims will be held at 5pm outside St Peter’s Church in the city centre.

He said:

“Nottingham is a city where people get on well together, people live in harmony, people work together.

“To have this shocking incident break into that harmony is truly awful and whatever the motives, we would want to stand against them.”

03:44 PM

Graduation ball cancelled following attacks

The University of Nottingham Students’ Union confirmed it has cancelled Tuesday’s graduation ball following the attacks.

The organisation said it was “devastated and shocked” by the attacks that took place, leaving three people dead and three in hospital.

In a statement, the SU said: “We stand in solidarity with all our students and the wider city, and our thoughts are with the families and friends of those harmed, alongside those directly and indirectly affected by the unfolding of these terrible events.

“In light of this, we have made the decision to cancel Grad Ball this evening.

“Attendees will be contacted in due course, but in the meantime we are continuing to work with the university and relevant authorities to understand the situation.”

03:41 PM

Injured attack victims ‘were waiting at bus stop’

Among those injured in the Nottingham attacks when a van attempted to run them over were waiting at a bus stop, the leader of Nottingham City Council has told the BBC.

In an updated statement, Nottinghamshire Police said one man was left critically injured after an attempted attack in Milton Street. Two others were left with minor injuries.

Speaking to BBC Radio Nottingham about the injured, council leader David Mellen said their “only crime was to be waiting at a bus stop early in the morning”.

03:36 PM

Updated police statement in full

03:27 PM

Student – We received text urging us to reassure families

A university student has told how text messages were sent to undergraduates urging them to contact their families to put their minds at ease in the wake of the deadly attack in Nottingham city centre.

Niamh, a 19-year-old nursing student who declined to give her second name, said: “It is just absolutely horrifying. My friends and I were out just last week and came back at exactly this time so it just makes you think, ‘What if?’

“Luckily we had an exam today so we just had a chilled one at home. But when we woke up and heard the news we were messaging all around to make sure everyone was ok.

“Then our accommodation texted everyone to tell them to message their families and say we weren’t involved. I have had so many messages from worried people that I have replied to to say I am still alive. It is beyond scary.

“Obviously it is a tragedy whoever has lost their life, but we are just praying that when the names come out it isn’t someone we know.”

03:23 PM

‘Awful, blood-curdling screams’: How Nottingham attack unfolded

Telegraph reporters Robert Mendick, Patrick Sawer and Max Stephens have reconstructed the deadly attacks in Nottingham, which unfolded from 4am.

Residents had been struggling to sleep anyway because of the heat.

With their windows open they couldn’t help but hear the blood-curdling screams.

A young woman repeatedly shouted for help as she watched a male friend being stabbed and slashed by a knifeman dressed all in black.

The attacker then turned to the woman, killing her as well.

Read more here.

03:17 PM

Pictured: Armed police break down door in raid

New pictures show the moment armed police broke down the door of a property in Ilkeston Road as they carried out a raid in connection with attacks that have left three people dead and one critically injured.

Forensic investigators also combed the road and were seen checking bins outside the address.



armed police

armed police





03:11 PM

Students receive letters from university

Students said they had received letters from the university in the wake of the attacks in the city, Catherine Lough reports.

The Telegraph has been told the note says: “hope you’re all OK make sure you text your family, you’ll see a lot of media coverage around that’s why if you feel uncomfortable direct them to us”.

The university said a team member located at the reception of the accommodation would be there to support students.

There is no confirmation yet on if the university’s Grab Ball, scheduled for tonight, will take place.

03:07 PM

Victim in Magdala Road ‘had been stabbed’

Delivery driver Miklos Toldi, 37, and his wife Petra have told the Telegraph they found the body of the man in Magdala Road as they headed to work at around 5.30am, Patrick Sawer reports.

They live just 100 yards from where the body was found and stopped their car at the same time as another motorist.

Mr Toldi, a Hungarian national, said the victim had clearly been stabbed. He described the man as mid-60s with grey hair and black trousers.

He said: “I saw the body lying in the street. There was blood trailing down the road. The blood looked as if it was fresh. He was lying on his side, his mouth was open and there was no movement.”

Mr Toldi said it took the police only about two or three minutes to arrive at the scene following a 999 call.

“His knuckles were also covered in blood,” said Mr Toldi. “It was a big shock. I’m ok but I am worried about my wife.”

02:59 PM

Two victims believed to be University of Nottingham students

Two of the victims killed in Nottingham during a knife and van attack are believed to be students from the University of Nottingham, the Telegraph understands.

An eyewitness has claimed they heard “blood-curdling screams” before a man and woman were attacked with a knife on Ilkeston Road. Police found two bodies on the street, while a man was later found dead in Magdala Road.

One student told the Telegraph: “They just got unlucky. They were five minutes from home and got stabbed by a random guy.”

The University of Nottingham did not provide comment when approached by The Telegraph.

02:45 PM

Chief Constable – Safe to go into city centre

She continues: “We are keeping an open mind as we investigate the circumstances surrounding these incidents and are working alongside Counter Terrorism Policing to establish the facts – as we would normally do in these types of circumstances.

“We do have a man in custody who has been arrested on suspicion of murder. Currently, we do not believe there is anyone else involved in this incident.

“It is safe to go into the city centre but there are a number of streets that will remain closed including Ilkeston Road, Magdala Street, Milton Street and Maple Street. This is so officers can gather evidence in order to understand what has happened.”

02:44 PM

Chief Constable – We need to determine motives behind attacks

Chief Constable Kate Meynell said: “This is a tragic series of events which has led to the lives of three innocent people being taken and left another member of the public in a critical condition in hospital.

“My thoughts are with all the families affected by this shocking incident, and we will be working extremely hard to understand exactly what has happened.

“We are at the early stages of the investigation and need to determine the motives behind these attacks and will keep the public updated as soon as we are able to say more.”

02:42 PM

Injured man in critical condition

Police said one man injured is in hospital in a critical condition while two others are believed to have suffered minor injuries

02:41 PM

Police keeping ‘open mind’ over motive

Nottinghamshire Police have just released an update to say they are are keeping an ‘open mind’ over the motive of a city attack which has left three people dead.

But at this time believe there is no one else outstanding in connection with the incidents.

02:39 PM

Student thought he heard gunshot

A university student says he believes he heard a gunshot as officers surrounded a van in Bentinck Road.

Josh Fenner, 20, said he saw a police van moving slowly up the street with an officer running alongside it after he was woken up by shouting at 5.30am.

“I thought I’d just check it out and I see a policeman running up side-by-side to his van, and then there’s this white van just at the end of the road.

“I heard the policeman shout ‘get out the car’ and then what I thought I heard was a gunshot. Obviously, I was half asleep at the time, it was quite early.”

He said others in the street also told him they had heard what they thought was a shot. Asked how many shots he heard, Mr Fenner said: “I heard just one.”

02:28 PM

Murder suspect described as ‘black man with dreadlocks’

The suspect being questioned by police on suspicion of a triple murder in Nottingham is a 31-year-old local man, The Telegraph understands

Eyewitnesses have described the man as being black, with dreadlocks and a beard who was dressed in a hooded top, reports Martin Evans.

Police were alerted just after 4am on Tuesday to reports that two people had been stabbed to death in Ilkeston Road in the city. An eyewitness who spoke to the BBC described a man being on foot and attacking two people before walking away.

Read more here.

02:26 PM

Nottingham: What we know so far

Police have confirmed three people were killed and another three were injured in connected incidents in Nottingham on Tuesday morning.

A man was later arrested in connection with the incidents, which have seen a number of roads closed across the city.

Here is what we know about events so far:

  • Two people were found dead in Ilkeston Road shortly after 4am

  • A white van attempted to run over three people on Milton Street shortly afterwards

  • All three are currently recovering in hospital

  • A third person was then found dead on Magdala Road

  • One witness, Kane Brady, told GB News a man was pulled from a white van on Bentinck Road at around 5.30am

  • Police confirmed a 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder.

  • Shortly before 1pm armed officers raid property on Ilkeston Road, a few hundred yards from where bodies were found

01:58 PM

Forensics tent erected on Magdala Road

Forensic tent erected on Magdala Road

Forensic tent erected on Magdala Road

At around 1pm on Tuesday police erected a large blue forensics tent on the road outside Magdala Tennis Club, covering a smaller grey tent under which the victim’s body had lain since early morning, Patrick Sawer reports.

Plain clothes officers, including detectives from Lincolnshire and Derbyshire joined colleagues from Nottinghamshire at the scene in trying to piece together what happened during the brief hours of carnage.

A couple who left for work early on Tuesday morning reported seeing police giving first aid to the bleeding victim, who was lying in Magdala Road

01:55 PM

Pictured: Armed police raid home in Ilkeston Road



Police raid property

Police raid property



Cordoned off road

Cordoned off road

01:38 PM

Watch: Nottingham attacker arrested by police

This footage shows the moment a man arrested after three people were found dead in Nottingham with three others injured by a van was held by police after apparently being pulled from his vehicle, Catherine Lough reports.

A 31-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder on Tuesday. People living in Bentinck Road said they saw police drag a man out of a white van at about 5.30am.

Student Demi Ojolow said: “I just saw the police shouting at him to get out of the car and get on the floor.

“And they dragged him out of the car and he just fell on the floor. He was still pretty wrestling at the point. They dragged him away and that was about it.”

Read more here.

01:32 PM

Raid carried out yards away from where bodies found

The raid on the property was carried out just a few hundred yards away from where two bodies were found, Max Stephens reports.

Nisar Ahmed, the owner of the neighbouring hair salon, said a raid on the same property took place last summer.

Mr Ahmed said he did not notice anyone living there regularly in the past five years.

A For Sale sign was put up on the raided property around two to three months ago, neighbours said.

01:27 PM

Counter-terror police raid home

Around a dozen counter terrorism police dressed in tactical gear raided a home on Ilkeston Road at 1pm, Max Stephens reports.

Using a battering ram, the officers, wearing body armour and armed with assault rifles and sidearms broke down the door.

The raid featured officers wearing uniforms emblazoned with CTSFO which stands for Counter Terrorism Specialist Firearm Officers.

The raid lasted 10 minutes.

01:11 PM

‘Someone was screaming’

Frances added: “I just got off the bus with around 40 other people and we were walking along Market Square to catch our next bus, crossed over the road at Theatre Royal and got around 10 feet down the road when all of a sudden you heard a bang which sounded like a vehicle hitting a bollard.

“I turned around and then saw the two people on the floor, on the road. Someone was screaming, I think a gentleman ran over to help as well.

“Then it just went from there, the police were there straight away, then the ambulance arrived and they got the two people in the ambulance and got them sent off to whichever hospital.”

01:11 PM

Witness – I saw man and woman hit by van

A woman has told how she watched a van hit two pedestrians as she made her way to work in Nottingham city centre

The woman, only known as Frances, told Sky News that both victims were left with head injuries.

“There was a male and a female. The female, she could speak. She was in pain from the impact from hitting the ground. She had hit her head but was still able to speak.

“Then the gentleman as well took the full brunt of the van and he had head injuries but was still awake. He didn’t lose consciousness, he was still awake at that stage.”

12:58 PM

Armed police ‘enter property’

Armed police on Ilkeston Road

Armed police on Ilkeston Road

Armed officers, some wearing balaclavas, could be seen on Ilkeston Road, a few hundred yards above the main cordon.

Police appeared to enter a commercial property on the street, with two young women eventually put in the back of a marked car.

A number of unmarked police vehicles carrying armed officers eventually then left after the section of the road was cordoned off.

12:54 PM

Picture: Officers at scene of arrest

Bentinck Road

Bentinck Road

A police officer speaks to local residents on Bentinck Road in Nottingham as officers investigate the deaths of three people in the city.

The street is where the suspect was arrested at around 5.30am. Witnesses told how he was dragged from a white van before he was pinned down by officers.

12:46 PM

Magdala Road resident – ‘I thought incredible bang was a bomb’

A large section of Magdala Road remained sealed off on Tuesday at the junction with Lucknow Road and The Point, Patrick Sawer reports.

Bibi Gorbutt, whose apartment overlooks Magdala Road, close to the spot sealed off by police, told The Telegraph how she was woken by an “incredible” noise in the early hours of this morning.

“At about 5 or 5.30 I heard an incredible bang. I thought it was a bomb. It woke me up it was so loud,” she said, adding: “I was scared to go out, but I went to my balcony and looked out and I could hear lots of noise, like people running.

“I’ve lived here since 1968 and it’s always been a wonderfully quiet street and what happened has left me scared.

“When I looked out again at 7am the police had arrived and had sealed off the road.”

12:42 PM

Who are the National inter-agency liaison officers deployed in Nottingham?

National inter-agency liaison officers (NILOs)

National inter-agency liaison officers (NILOs)

Police deployed specially-trained “NILO” officers in burgundy uniforms to coordinate the emergency services’ response to the major incident in Nottingham, Charles Hymas reports.

The National inter-agency liaison officers (NILOs) are trained to ensure police, fire, ambulance and other services including military have all the necessary intelligence and support they need as well as knowing what each is doing.

They are deployed to four types of events which are terror attacks, major incidents including those involving chemical, biological or nuclear material, “complex or protracted police led incidents” such as a hunt for a killer, and “spontaneous and planned serious public order” such as riots.

Read more here.

12:23 PM

Pictures: White van suspect ‘was dragged from’

These pictures shows the white van the suspect was allegedly dragged from before he was arrested by police in Nottingham.

Officers arrested a 31-year-old man on suspicion of murder outside a grocery shop at around 5.30am on Bentinck Road, near the junction with Maples Street.

Viewed from the other side of the cordon, the van has clear damage to its bonnet and windscreen.

There are two dents on the bonnet, just above the radiator grille, and two sets of corresponding cracks radiating out from two points on the windscreen.

Residents gathered at the cordon said they were disturbed by shouting just before 5.30am but said this was not unusual as the street is home to a number of drug rehabilitation establishments.

White van - Darshna Soni

White van – Darshna Soni



11:48 AM

Stabbing was ‘repeated’

The witness continued: “I looked out of the window and saw a black guy dressed all in black with a hood and rucksack grappling with some people. It was a girl, and a man or boy she was with – they looked quite young.

“She was screaming ‘Help!’ I just wish I’d shouted something out of the window to unnerve the assailant.

“I saw him stab the lad first and then the woman. It was repeated stabbing – four or five times. The lad collapsed in the middle of the road.”

The man later said he was “in bits” after witnessing the attack.

11:47 AM

Witness – I heard screams then watched stabbing

An eyewitness has told the BBC he heard “blood-curdling screams” before he saw a young man and woman stabbed on Ilkeston Road at around 4am.

The man, who asked to remain anonymous, said he watched the man being stabbed up to five times before the woman was also attacked.

He said: “Being a hot night, I had the window open and I just heard some awful, blood-curdling screams.

“It’s often quite busy with people coming back from town and you get the usual boyfriend-girlfriend arguments, so I thought it was something like that….

11:46 AM

Witness – Man arrested outside my house

Kane Brady, a student at the University of Nottingham, told GB News he saw a knife being taken from a white van after a man was arrested outside his house on Maples Street.

Mr Brady said: “We woke up to shouts of ‘armed police’ and what… sounded like some very loud noises, what sounded like gunshots – it was that loud.

“I looked out the bedroom window and saw Tasers. I saw a man being dragged out (of the van) and pinned to the floor.

“I saw him getting arrested, him trying to resist.

“I then later saw when they opened the van, I saw a large knife being pulled out and then straight away that’s when police closed off both roads, both Maples Street and Bentinck Road.”

11:22 AM

Sir Keir Starmer – My thoughts with people of Nottingham

11:19 AM

Witness – I saw van go ‘straight into’ pedestrians

A woman who works at a local B&Q store told of her horror as she saw a van driver mow down two passers by as he appeared to try to escape a police vehicle behind him, Patrick Sawer reports.

Lynn Haggitt told Channel 4 News: “It was half past five and I saw a white van pull up by the side of me. It was white. There was a police car behind it which came up slowly, no flashing lights.

“The man in the driver’s seat looked in his mirror and saw the police car behind it. The white van then backed up on the corner of the street and went into two people.”

She added: “The lady ended up on the kerb then he backed up the van and sped up Parliament Street with the police cars following him.”

Ms Haggitt said the van appeared to have gone “straight into” the two pedestrians.

“He didn’t bother to turn, he just went back, straight into them,” she claimed, adding: “The man got on his feet, with head wounds. Amazingly enough he got up and waited for the ambulance.

“The woman was sitting on the kerb. I was there 15 minutes and there was no ambulance. The police man started first aid.”

Mrs Haggitt described the van driver as having dreadlocks and a beard and wearing a hat. “You just don’t want to see that kind of thing,” she said,

Describing what she saw happen near Nottingham’s Theatre Royal, Mrs Haggitt added: “The woman went on the kerb, the man went up in the air, there was such a bang, I wish I never saw it, it’s really shaken me up. I went over, perhaps I shouldn’t have gone over but I wanted to see if I could help.”

11:14 AM

Pictures: Forensic investigators at crime scene

Forensic investigators

Forensic investigators



11:03 AM

Suella Braverman – I’ve spoken to Chief Constable

Home Secretary Suella Braverman said she is “shocked and saddened” at the deaths in Nottingham and has spoken with the Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police.

10:58 AM

Residents asked for CCTV

Nottingham residents have been asked for any CCTV as police investigate the deaths of three people in the city.

A resident on Ilkeston Road said a policewoman was “banging on my door” at around 5am asking for any CCTV footage.

The man, who asked to only be known as Wayne, said he was told the incident happened around 4.10am before being asked if he had witnessed anything.

“I didn’t see or hear anything, but I’m not surprised this sort of thing has happened around here,” he added.

10:53 AM

Video: Moment suspect is arrested

Dramatic video footage has emerged of officers apprehending a man by pinning him to the pavement next to a white van.

The video was captured on Tuesday morning after three people were found dead on two streets in Nottingham, while three others were injured during an attempted van attack.

It was shared by GB News and appears to have been captured above the scene of the arrest. The view is partially obscured by scaffolding poles and shows the van’s front door wide open.

At least three officers stand over the suspect as he is pinned to the ground.

10:48 AM

Labour MPs in Nottingham – ‘We will heal together’

Three Labour MPs in Nottingham, Nadia Whittome, Alex Norris and Lillian Greenwood, have declared the community will heal together following the deaths of three people in the city.

10:45 AM

Rishi Sunak – Police updating me on ‘shocking incident’

Mr Sunak said he is being kept updated as police investigate.

The Prime Minister tweeted: “I want to thank the police and emergency services for their ongoing response to the shocking incident in Nottingham this morning.

“I am being kept updated on developments. The police must be given the time to undertake their work.

“My thoughts are with those injured, and the family and loved ones of those who have lost their lives.”

10:43 AM

Rishi Sunak sends condolences to victims

Rishi Sunak has sent his condolences to the families of three victims found dead in Nottingham.

10:38 AM

Robert Jenrick – ‘All in Nottinghamshire share shock’

Nottinghamshire MP Robert Jenrick has said the entire county is in shock following the deaths of three people in Nottingham on Tuesday.

Mr Jenrick has represented Newark since 2014 and is the current Immigration Minister.

10:30 AM

Support line launched for Nottingham incident

Nottinghamshire Police have set up a dedicated support line for people in relation to the attack in Nottingham on Tuesday.

10:10 AM


10:09 AM

Picture: Moment suspect is arrested by police

A picture has emerged of the moment a suspect was apprehended by police.

The incident was captured on video and was shown on GB News on Tuesday.

Sus - GB News

Sus – GB News

09:58 AM

Pictures: Police on scene in Nottingham







09:42 AM

Chief constable – ‘horrific and tragic incident’

Chief Constable Kate Meynell said: “This is a horrific and tragic incident which has claimed the lives of three people.

“We believe these three incidents are all linked and we have a man in custody.

“This investigation is at its early stages and a team of detectives is working to establish exactly what has happened.

“We ask the public to be patient while inquiries continue. At this time, a number of roads in the city will remain closed as this investigation progresses.”

09:41 AM

Three dead and three others injured by van

Nottinghamshire Police have just released the following statement:

“A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after three people were killed in the city.

“Police were called to Ilkeston Road just after 4am where two people were found dead in the street.

“Officers were then called to another incident in Milton Street where a van had attempted to run over three people. They are currently being treated in hospital.

“A man has also been found dead in Magdala Road.

“Police have arrested a 31-year-old man on suspicion of murder and he remains in police custody.”

09:33 AM

Police update ‘imminent’

The Telegraph has been told an update on the police incident in Nottingham is “imminent”

09:28 AM

Police cars heard at 5am

Nottingham resident Glen Gretton said he was woken up at around 5am on Tuesday morning by the sounds of a series of police cars passing his home.

The 46-year-old delivery driver, who lives in a flat in Mansfield Road in Sherwood, told the PA news agency: “I heard a police car go past. It was driving extremely quickly, followed by another one, another one.

“They just kept coming so I knew something quite major… was happening somewhere around the city centre.”

09:14 AM

Bus services disrupted

Bus services across Nottingham are also facing huge disruption after the tram network was suspended on Tuesday morning.

09:10 AM

Video: Emergency services in Nottingham

09:09 AM

Victoria Centre remains open for ‘business as usual’

Nottingham’s main shopping precinct, the Victoria Centre, remains open to customers despite a major incident in the city centre, the Nottingham Post has reported.

A spokesman has confirmed it remains ‘business as usual’ but the York Street car park entrance has been shut closed. He added all pedestrian entrances were open.

09:04 AM

Pictured: Nottingham taped off







09:02 AM

List of roads closed

Roads shut include Ilkeston Road, Milton Street, Maples Street, and Woodborough Road, from the junction with Magdala Road into the city.

09:01 AM

Police urge public to avoid parts of city

Chief inspector Neil Humphries said: “Officers are currently on scene at multiple road closures due to an ongoing incident.

“Please avoid these areas as they are expected to remain closed for some time.”

09:00 AM

Nottingham roads cordoned off because of “ongoing serious incident”

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Tersangka pembunuhan Nottingham, Valdo Calocane, muncul di pengadilan

Sketsa seniman istana Valdo Calocane - Elizabeth Cook/PA

Sketsa seniman istana Valdo Calocane – Elizabeth Cook/PA

Tersangka tiga pembunuhan telah ditahan setelah dua siswa dan seorang penjaga sekolah tewas dalam serangan pisau dan van di Nottingham.

Mantan mahasiswa Universitas Nottingham Valdo Calocane muncul di dermaga di Pengadilan Nottingham Magistrates pada hari Sabtu mengenakan T-shirt abu-abu dan celana jogging abu-abu, dan diapit oleh tiga petugas keamanan.

Pria berusia 31 tahun itu dituduh membunuh siswa tahun pertama Grace O’Malley-Kumar dan Barnaby Webber dan penjaga sekolah Ian Coates pada dini hari Selasa pagi.

Calocane juga diduga telah berusaha untuk membunuh tiga pejalan kaki – Wayne Birkett, Marcin Gawronski dan Sharon Miller – setelah mobil van milik Mr. Coates digunakan untuk mengemudikan orang-orang di Milton Street dan Upper Parliament Street.

Valdo Calocane diusir dari Nottingham Magistrates'  Pengadilan - Andrew Fox

Valdo Calocane diusir dari Nottingham Magistrates’ Court – Andrew Fox

Terdakwa berbicara hanya untuk mengkonfirmasi namanya dan memberikan alias sebagai Adam Mendes, tanggal lahirnya, dan bahwa dia tidak tinggal tetap. Dia tidak diharuskan untuk mengajukan permohonan apa pun atas dakwaan tersebut.

Dia memiliki ekspresi kosong ketika dia melihat langsung ke bangku saat dakwaan dibacakan dan di galeri.

Mahasiswa kedokteran Ms O’Malley-Kumar, dari Woodford, di London, dan mahasiswa sejarah Mr Webber, dari Taunton, di Somerset, keduanya berusia 19 tahun, ditemukan tewas ditikam di Ilkeston Road sekitar pukul 4 pagi.

Grace O’Malley-Kumar

Grace O’Malley-Kumar

Coates, 65, kemudian ditemukan tewas ditikam di Magdala Road setelah vannya diduga dicuri.

Calocane diduga telah menggunakan van untuk mengemudi di pejalan kaki di Milton Street dan dua orang lagi di South Sherwood Street.

Rumah Sakit Universitas Nottingham NHS Trust mengatakan dua pasien stabil dan satu telah dipulangkan setelah insiden van.

Barnaby Webber

Barnaby Webber

Kantor Independen untuk Perilaku Polisi (IOPC) mengatakan pengemudi mobil polisi yang ditandai telah melihat kendaraan tersebut kurang dari satu menit sebelum bertabrakan dengan pejalan kaki di South Sherwood Street.

Keluarga Mr Webber menggambarkan “kehancuran total” mereka pada “pembunuhan tidak masuk akal atas putra kami”, mengatakan bahwa dia adalah “pria muda yang cantik, cemerlang, cerdas, dengan segala sesuatu dalam hidup untuk dinantikan”.

Keluarga Ms O’Malley-Kumar menggambarkannya sebagai “wanita muda yang benar-benar luar biasa dan cantik” dan bahwa dia akan “sangat dirindukan”.

Ian Coates

Ian Coates

Dua putra Mr Coates mengatakan kematiannya telah “mengguncang dunia semua orang”, menambahkan: “Tidak ada yang pantas menerima ini, tetapi dia pasti tidak.”

Polisi mengungkapkan tersangka adalah mantan mahasiswa Universitas Nottingham, tetapi mengatakan “ini tidak diyakini terkait dengan serangan itu”.

Allison Folkett, ketua majelis hakim, mengembalikan Calocane ke dalam tahanan untuk hadir di Pengadilan Nottingham Crown pada hari Senin.

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Tersangka Nottingham ‘mencoba masuk ke asrama’ sebelum menikam korban ketiga

Seely Hirst House, yang dijalankan oleh All Saints Homeless Shelter - John Robertson

Seely Hirst House, yang dijalankan oleh All Saints Homeless Shelter – John Robertson

Seorang pria yang membunuh tiga orang dan melukai tiga lainnya di Nottingham mencoba masuk ke asrama tunawisma selama amukannya, telah muncul.

Pria itu diduga berusaha untuk naik ke salah satu kamar tidur di Seely Hirst House melalui jendela lantai dasar, tak lama setelah menyerang dua siswa dengan pisau pada dini hari Selasa pagi.

Seorang pria yang tidur di kamar berhasil menghalangi jalannya dan setelah mencoba untuk kedua kalinya masuk ke dalam, tersangka kemudian meninggalkan gedung.

Dipahami bahwa begitu dia berada di luar dia berhasil menghentikan seorang pengemudi van, menyerangnya dan mencuri kendaraannya, meninggalkannya sekarat di tanah.

Seorang penghuni asrama mengatakan kepada The Telegraph: “Dia mencoba masuk ke kamar saya di lantai dasar, melalui jendela.”

Alex Pridmore, wali dari All Saints Homeless Shelter, yang menjalankan Seely Hirst House, berkata: “Kami tidak tahu mengapa dia memilih untuk datang ke sini. Dia tidak tinggal di sini di masa lalu.

“Tidak ada yang dirugikan tetapi warga kami sudah rentan dan hal seperti ini membuat mereka sangat terguncang.

“Kami bekerja sama dengan polisi dan membantu penyelidikan mereka atas insiden mengerikan ini.”

Tiga korban, dari kiri: Ian Coates, Grace Kumar dan Barnaby Webber

Tiga korban, dari kiri: Ian Coates, Grace Kumar dan Barnaby Webber

Petugas kemudian mengunjungi Seely Hirst House, di Mapperley Road, dan mewawancarai penduduk dan staf tentang upaya tersangka untuk masuk.

Pada hari Rabu, sisa-sisa pita polisi yang digunakan untuk menutup rumah masih terlihat, bersama dengan pita yang dipasang di VW Polo tanpa plat nomor yang diparkir di seberang jalan.

Diperkirakan tersangka mungkin telah berjalan dari Jalan Ilkeston, di mana dua siswa berusia 19 tahun ditikam sampai mati pada pukul 4 pagi, di atas Jalan Mapperley menuju Seely Hirst House.

Dari sana dia pindah ke depan Klub Tenis Magdala, di mana pengemudi van diserang sekitar pukul 5 pagi.

Laporan lokal menyarankan dia mungkin menggunakan skuter listrik atau sepeda di sepanjang bagian dari rute.

Dari Magdala Road, tersangka melaju ke pusat Nottingham, di mana dia menabrak dua orang dengan van di Milton Street – seorang pria dan seorang wanita, menyebabkan keduanya terluka – sebelum ditangkap oleh petugas polisi yang bersenjatakan senjata bius Taser.

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Polisi Inggris menangani “insiden serius yang sedang berlangsung” di Nottingham

LONDON (Reuters) – Polisi Inggris mengatakan mereka sedang menangani “insiden serius yang sedang berlangsung” di kota Nottingham, Inggris tengah, di mana banyak jalan telah ditutup dan jaringan trem lokal ditangguhkan.

Gambar di Twitter menunjukkan jalan utama ditutup dengan pita polisi biru dan putih, dan petugas tampak relatif tenang. Petugas Penghubung Antar-Lembaga Nasional, yang mengoordinasikan tanggapan dari polisi, ambulans, dan layanan pemadam kebakaran, juga berada di tempat kejadian.

Polisi Nottinghamshire mengatakan di Twitter sesaat sebelum pukul 8 pagi (0700 GMT) bahwa enam jalan ditutup dan akan memberikan pembaruan lebih lanjut pada waktunya.

“Petugas saat ini berada dalam insiden serius yang sedang berlangsung,” kata polisi.

Jaringan trem kota mengatakan telah menangguhkan operasi sampai pemberitahuan lebih lanjut karena insiden tersebut.

Seorang anggota parlemen dari daerah tersebut, Robert Jenrick, men-tweet untuk mengatakan bahwa dia terus mengikuti perkembangan peristiwa, sebelum dia kemudian menghapusnya.

(Laporan oleh Sarah Young dan Sachin Ravikumar; Diedit oleh Kate Holton dan Michael Holden)