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A ‘love triangle’ is suspected to be at the heart of the Warwick University stabbing

A female student and another man have been charged with section 18 wounding


A “love triangle” is suspected to be at the heart of the stabbing at Warwick University’s Sherbourne halls of accommodation on Wednesday.

The incident, during which a 19-year-old man was taken to hospital with stab wounds, is reported to have developed between two men and Anam Ausaf, an 18-year-old from Wilkinson Close, London.

Both Ausaf and Rohan Ahluwalia-Pandor, an 18-year-old from Barns Lane, Kings Langley, Herfordshire charged in connection with a section 18 wounding.

This is otherwise known as causing grievous bodily harm with intent to do grievous bodily harm, or wounding with intent to do GBH. It carries a maximum sentence of life imprisonment.

Ausaf and Ahluwalia-Pandor are appearing in court on Friday 19th November.

Updates as they come.

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