Four men charged with murder of Southall teenager Simarjeet Singh Nangpal

Simarjeet’s family are being supported by specialist officers.

Four men have been charged with the murder of teenager Simarjeet Singh Nangpal in Southall.

Amandeep Singh, 2, Manjit Singh, 27 and Ajmeer Singh, 31 all of Southall, are all due to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Saturday, 18 November.

Overnight, a fourth man Poran Singh, 71 of Southall was also charged with murder and will also appear at the same court today.

Metropolitan Police officer were called to Burket Close in Hounslow just after midnight on Wednesday (15 November) to reports of a fight in progress in Burket Close.

They found a teenager with stab injuries, and despite the best efforts of the London Ambulance Service, he was pronounced dead at the scene.

Police were called to Burket Close in Southall at approximately 00:15am on 15 November. Credit: ITV News

The 17-year-old was local to the area, and his family have been informed.

Four men - aged 21, 27, 31 and 71 – were taken into custody after being arrested on suspicion of murder.

Detective Inspector Martin Thorpe, from Specialist Crime South, said: “We are working around the clock to find those responsible for Simarjeet’s murder, as his family struggle to come to terms with their loss.

"Four men have been arrested and our enquiries continue. I would urge anyone with information about how the events unfolded or anyone who may have captured the incident on their phone, dash cameras or doorbell footage to please come forward.”

The four suspects were arrested at the scene. Two were initially taken to hospital due to injuries they sustained prior to police arrival and have since been discharged.

A police cordon was in place. Credit: ITV News London

Detective Superintendent Figo Forouzan, Head of CID in west London, said: "Our thoughts remain with Simarjeet’s family at this extremely difficult time. No family should have to go through what they are experiencing.

"In the coming days you will see extra officers out on patrol in your area. Please do speak to them about any concerns you may have.”

Anyone with information that could assist detectives is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 63/15Nov. To remain anonymous contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.