Two teenagers, both 19, are charged with murder of man stabbed to death near Trafalgar Square

Two youngsters have been accused of the murder of a man wounded to death close Trafalgar Square.

Chris Glancy and Connor Adam Mulligan, both 19 and of no settled address, were accused today of the murder on Adelaide Road.

They will show up in care at Westminster Judges’ Court on Monday, 2 January 2017.

The casualty is believed to be in his 30s, and was found on Tuesday morning.

The Metropolitan Police said officers were called to the scene soon after 7.30am today by paramedics who attempted to spare him.

Be that as it may, the man, who is yet to be formally distinguished, was articulated dead at the scene a hour later.

Adelaide Road is situated behind the celebrated St Martin-in-the-Fields church at the intersection of Trafalgar Square.

Analysts from the Manslaughter and Real Wrongdoing Charge are researching.

While analysts trust they know the character of the expired, formal recognizable proof is standing by.

A posthumous examination initiated on Thursday, 29 December and we anticipate its discoveries.

Anybody with data should call police by means of 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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