Reward offered two years after stabbing in Croydon

Sorry, no compatible source and playback technology were found for this video. Try using another browser like Chrome or download the latest Adobe Flash Player.

Sorry, video is not available for your device…

Reward offered two years after stabbing in Croydon

The family of a man who was stabbed to death in Croydon are appealing for information two years on from his murder.

Bjorn Brown, from South Norwood, was stabbed in Thornton Heath on Wednesday, 29 March 2017 and died from his injuries on Monday, 3 April 2017.

He is believed to have been knifed repeatedly in Croydon,  and reports suggest he attempted to cycle away from the scene before collapsing.

Brown was found by lying in the street by a passing motorist, who flagged down an ambulance.

A £20,000 Crimestoppers reward is also on offer for information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of the person(s) responsible for Bjorn’s death.

Related articles

More in News

Sexual abuse victim Ione Wells on how she found hope again

While her own attacker reflects on his actions – Ms Wells hosts workshops in schools and colleges to talk to young people about consent

Lord Leach: Only 'big picture' reform will keep Britain in the EU

Through his think-tank Open Europe, Lord Leach is at the heart of the referendum debate, consulted by both camps. He explains to Margareta Pagano...

Ex-Autonomy chiefs say HP was warned over revenue growth

A due diligence report  for HP mentioned accounting differences