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Gap year student murdered in Manchester

Kieran Crump Raiswell was described by police as 'completely innocent' Credit: MEN

Police have said an 18-year-old gap year student who was stabbed in Manchester was a 'completely innocent' victim.

Kieran Crump Raiswell was attacked in Whalley Range yesterday afternoon and died later.

He had been a pupil at Loresto Sixth Form College and was on a gap year after completing his A-levels. He was due to start a degree course in Sheffield after the summer.

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