Une adolescente en tue une autre d'un coup de couteau — Marseille

26 Juin, 2017, 10:03 | Author: Loic Jullien
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Une jeune fille de 17 ans est morte dimanche soir, tuée de deux coups de couteau, lors d'une rixe dans le quartier de la Joliette, dans le 2e arrondissement de Marseille.

A priori, la victime n'aurait reçu qu'un seul coup de couteau mais un coup de couteau porté au niveau du cœur, qui aura été fatal. Une rixe entre plusieurs adolescentes a éclaté peut avant 23h sur la voie publique et la victime a été retrouvée en arrêt cardio-respiratoire à l'arrivée des marins-pompiers, qui ne sont pas parvenus à la réanimer, selon La Provence.

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Le mobile de cette violente agression n'a pas encore été déterminé. Une adolescente de 17 ans en a tué une autre, avant d'être interpellée, dans la nuit de dimanche à lundi, a-t-on appris de sources policières. Les forces de police procédaient sur place cette nuit aux premières constatations, afin de relever d'éventuels indices et de cerner l'hypothèse criminelle la plus probable.

Selon nos informations, l'agresseur de sexe féminin aurait été identifié. Les enquêteurs de la Sûreté départementale des Bouches-du-Rhône ont été saisis.


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