Police share footage of 2 suspects escaping Ronaldo Scott murder in the middle new appeal.

Hunt for Ronaldo Scott’s Killers: Police Release Surveillance Footage

Introduction Detectives are intensifying their efforts to solve the murder of Ronaldo Scott in Angell Town, and as part of a renewed appeal for information, they have released surveillance footage capturing two suspects fleeing the crime scene. Ronaldo Scott, a 21-year-old, tragically lost his life when he was fatally stabbed by two assailants who ambushed him in broad daylight on Monday, September 4.

The Gruesome Attack The attack unfolded as two men jumped out of a car and pursued Ronaldo Scott, ultimately leading to a violent and fatal knifing. Scott desperately sought refuge in a playground on Morrison Road, near his residence, where he tragically succumbed to his injuries, despite the valiant efforts of paramedics and police officers who tried to save him, according to eyewitnesses.

Surveillance Footage Released In their quest for justice, the Metropolitan Police has obtained and shared CCTV footage from the area. The video captures two individuals, both clad in black attire with their faces concealed, making a hasty escape after the brutal attack took place in broad daylight.

Public Appeal for Information The police are urging anyone who may recognize the suspects or recall seeing them around 12.08 pm on that fateful Monday to come forward with information. Detective Chief Inspector Kate Blackburn, who is leading the investigation, emphasizes the importance of even seemingly insignificant details, as they could potentially confirm crucial aspects of the case.

Anonymity and Support for Witnesses Acknowledging that some individuals may have reservations about speaking directly to the police due to fear or past experiences, Detective Chief Inspector Blackburn assures potential witnesses that they have options. Witnesses can provide information and footage anonymously through Crimestoppers, a completely independent entity that will not disclose their details to the police. Additionally, witnesses can submit video footage from various sources, such as mobile phones, CCTV cameras, doorbells, or dash-cams, through the Public Portal for the investigation.

Support for the Family Throughout this challenging ordeal, Mr. Scott’s family continues to receive support from specialist family liaison officers, who are dedicated to assisting and comforting them during this difficult time.

Remembering Ronaldo Scott Neighbors and loved ones remember Ronaldo Scott, affectionately known as Skengroy, as a young man with a bright future ahead of him. He had recently embarked on a construction course and aspired to build a successful career in the construction industry. His family and friends cherish his memory as a loving and caring family man who had his whole life ahead of him, full of promise and potential.

Community Response Detective Chief Superintendent Seb Adjei-Addoh, the Borough Commander for Lambeth and Southwark, expresses condolences to Ronaldo Scott’s family and the local community. He acknowledges the pain and loss felt by the community and reassures them that officers from the Community Engagement team will be conducting patrols in the area, offering a visible presence and an opportunity for community members to voice their concerns.

How to Provide Information Witnesses or anyone with information related to this case are encouraged to contact the police at 101 or reach out to them via ‘X’ @MetCC, quoting CAD3184/04SEP. For those who wish to provide information anonymously, Crimestoppers can be contacted at 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.

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