Birmingham (News Service) – An 86 year old woman has been brutally killed while a horror. The woman was stabbed until death in Aubrey Road. The police have gathered where the woman was stabbed.

However, there has been a lot of similar cases which did not kill the victims. An 18-year-old man has been stabbed while another man was hit by a knife leading to minor injuries. The scene near Coventry Road was covered by police this morning by 11:05 pm. The air ambulance was called in the Small Health park some minutes post the incident.

The police conducted a house to house inquiry. Detectives are calling for some information that appeals anyone to come forward and aid in the identification of the culprit. A group of women was seen beside the road wiping tears as they passed by the crime scene.

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Dave Trimble who waited by the police cordon was in a state of a gimmick. ” I was working down the road clearing a garage with the woman’s nephew.

“He had to rush up here after getting a phone call saying his aunty’s been stabbed.

“I still don’t know exactly what’s happened, I’m going to phone him tonight.”

Detective Inspector Harrison said- “A woman has tragically died and we are working hard to establish the circumstances around what has happened.

“Two others have been injured and we are keen to hear from anyone who may have information which can assist our inquiries.”

At 11:05 PM the officers were called to the Aubrey Road where the crime had taken place.

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