Jamil Palmer murder: £15,000 reward over Feltham teen stab death

Mahamed Barre Image copyright Met Police
Image caption Police want to speak to Mahamed Barre

Police are offering a £15,000 reward over the murder of a teenager stabbed to death in a west London park.

Jamil Palmer, 18, was found with a stab wound in Feltham on 6 May.

Police released a photograph of a man they identified as Mahamed Barre, 18, whom they wish to speak to.

They said he had "an altercation" with Mr Palmer earlier that day and had received a head injury in the disagreement which may have required medical treatment.

Metropolitan Police Det Ch Insp Noel McHugh appealed for the community's help in finding him and also made a direct appeal to Mr Barre to present himself at a police station.

Two 16-year-olds and two 15-year-olds have been charged with Mr Palmer's murder.

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