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Authorities are urgently seeking information on the whereabouts of Lorik Lupqi, aged 19, with connections to the Archway area, as well as parts of east and south-west London. He is a person of interest in relation to the tragic incidents that occurred on June 29, where Leonardo Reid, 15, and Klevi Shekaj, 23, lost their lives due to stab wounds in and around Elthorne Road at 11.30 pm.

If you have any information about Lorik Lupqi’s location, please call 999 immediately, quoting CAD 9383/29 June. However, Scotland Yard advises against approaching him directly.

The Met’s Specialist Crime Command is supporting the families of the deceased during this difficult time. Additionally, a third man, aged 28, was also injured in the same attack and is currently receiving medical treatment, with his condition deemed not life-threatening.

As part of the ongoing investigation, three men have already been charged and are being held in custody, awaiting trial scheduled for May 2024.

Detective Chief Inspector Jim Eastwood, leading the investigation, emphasizes the importance of public cooperation. He states, “This marks a significant development in our investigation as we appeal for the public’s help to locate Lorik Lupqi. Several weeks have passed since this awful incident, and I am confident there are people who know where Lupqi is. I would encourage them to do the right thing by the victims’ grieving families and contact us immediately.”

If you wish to provide information anonymously, you can reach out to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111, where your name will not be required.

Let us work together to ensure justice for the victims and their families. Any leads you may have can be instrumental in bringing closure to this tragic case.

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