Teenager Charged Over Murder of Jason Isaacs in Northolt

Police continue to appeal for witnesses to come forward


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Detectives investigating the murder of Jason Isaacs in Northolt have charged a 17-year-old male and continue to appeal for information.

Jason Issacs
Jason Issacs

Police had been called just before 22:30hrs on Saturday, 18 November to Newnham Close, Northolt to reports of a male stabbed. On arrival, police and London Ambulance Service [LAS] found Jason suffering from multiple stab wounds.

He was taken to a London hospital where he remained critical for some time before he sadly died on Tuesday, 21 November.

A post mortem examination conducted on Friday, 24 November found the cause of death to be a stab wound.

Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh leading the investigation said: "Almost two weeks on from the attack on Jason that resulted in his death, we continue to appeal for anyone who witnessed the attack, or anyone with information to come forward.

"Our suspects are four people riding on two mopeds. At least one of them was not wearing a crash helmet. Did you see them before, after or during the incident? Can you name any of them?

"Your information, even if provided anonymously through Crimestoppers, could help remove violent criminals from your area or may eliminate someone from police enquiries. No matter how small, please make the call."

DCI McHugh added: "I know that there are people who know who the suspects are and it is vital that we hear from those people without delay. A young man has lost his life, your information will make a huge difference and get justice for Jason's family and help us remove these dangerous individuals from your community. Anyone providing information that leads to a prosecution could be eligible for a police serious crime reward of up to £20,000*."

Jason's Mother said: "Our amazing, beautiful Jason went out with friends for a night out and a few drinks. He should have come home to his loving family. Instead he was brutally attacked, he never stood a chance.

"Our lives are in pieces. Every little piece of information is really important. For Jason, make that call, thank you."

DCI McHugh said: "We are keen to hear about any other victims who may have been threatened, robbed or assaulted by these four mopeds criminals, and for your own reason you may not have reported the crime. Your information could be so important to our case. Where were these offenders before and after the murder."

Anyone with information concerning this attack is asked to call police Incident Room on 020 8785 8099 or the Homicide and Major Crime Command via 101.

You can also call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. You can also tweet information to police via @MetCC.

4th December 2017


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