Mother's plea for information about son's murder as Crimestoppers issues £20,000 reward
THE mother of a teenager stabbed to death in a park has appealed for information to catch her son’s killers as a £20,000 reward is offered.
Eddie King Muthemba Kinuthia, 19, suffered multiple stab wounds during an attack in Bristol, on July 21 last year.
Six men were arrested by police on suspicion of murder, with three remaining on police bail.
Mum Irene Muthemba spoke ahead of what would have been his 20th birthday on Monday.
She said: "Somewhere in this city there’s a parent, grandparent, sibling, auntie, uncle, cousin, spouse, friend, colleague, or neighbour that has information that can bring Eddie’s killers to justice. “But they have not come forward."
Detective Inspector Mark Almond appealed for anyone who had been in contact with the teenager on the day of his death to get in touch.
Independent charity Crimestoppers has offered a reward of up to £20,000 for information which leads to a conviction.