Tributes have poured in for a teenager who was stabbed to death on Saturday night.
A murder investigation has now been launched following the death of the 19-year-old, named locally as Isaac Stone, also know as Dynamikk. in Costin Street, Bedford, on Saturday night,
Detectives from the Bed, Cambs and Herts Major Crime Unit are investigating the incident, which happened at 6.20pm.
The teenager was a student at the former John Bunyan Upper School that is now Bedford Academy, until 2011.
The school paid tribute to him saying: “Isaac Stone was a student at the Academy for his final year of secondary education and left in 2011.
“He was a bright student and we are sad to learn of his death at the weekend. We send our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.”
A Facebook group has been set up in memory of the tragic teen called A Fallen Angel Dynamikk. Over 2,000 people have ‘liked’ the group and many have left message.
Cisse Pangi-phillips said: “RIP dynamik, can’t still believe that your gone.
“Just yesterday we where having a laugh on how big you’ve become and how its been a long time since we last saw each other and today I get told all this heartbreaking news, its just got me in tears.
“Rest in perfect peace my brother. got loads of fun memories that I will cherish #fallenangel”
Karma Belafonte said: “Missing my Lil Monkey.. can’t believe he’s gone. I just want to eat Pinballs with you one last time.. my birthday with never be the same again.”
And Claire Stokes said: “Evening beautiful can’t get head around the fact your gone. You was such a good friend and very talented. Going to miss you so much. Sleep tight. Xxx R.I.P”
A 20-year-old-man, who also sustained significant injuries during the incident and is currently being treated in hospital, has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
A floral tribute was been left at the scene of the incident on the corner of Costin Road.
A member of staff from kebab shop AlFai Roz-Kebabish, which Isaac was a regular customer of, spoke to the Times & Citizen.
The employee, who asked not to be named, said the attack happened right outside the shop.
They said: “It was very busy in the shop and I heard shouting and ran out. I saw him lying on the floor. We called the police and ambulance.”
A member of the public, who asked not to be named, spoke of his shock at the news this morning (Monday).
He said: “People don’t deserve to die like that. Bedford is getting worse, I have three kids and it worries me that they are being brought up round here.”
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