Peterborough double stabbing: Andrejus Rulyevas pleads guilty

Forensic teams and police at the scene of a double stabbing in Peterborough The double stabbing took place on Gilpin Street, Peterborough, in October

A man has pleaded guilty to murder and attempted murder after stabbing two men in Peterborough.

Lithuanian Andrejus Rulyevas, 21, of no fixed address, was arrested two days after he stabbed two men, also from Lithuania, on 17 October.

Saulius Grigoravicius, 20, died at the scene of the attack on Gilpin Street. The other man spent a few days in hospital.

Rulyevas will be sentenced at Cambridge Crown Court on 22 March.

A post-mortem examination found Mr Grigoravicius had been stabbed in the heart.

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