London news 'Loving' young man gunned down in 'tragic case of mistaken identity' Uk news
MetiNews.Com - Alexander Kareem had just left a convenience store before he was shot by a London bus stop on Askew Road on June 8
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.40am on June 8, where they found Alexander Kareem suffering from gunshot wounds. The 20-year-old died of his injuires. His heartbroken family have now paid tribute, describing the incident as a 'senseless act of violence which no one should ever have to endure'. A statement read: “Alex was a loving and caring boy who was loved by so many.
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