‘GOOD SAMARITAN’ thanked by murdered boy’s family, after he was stabbed to death on Sunday.
Oliver Stephens aged 13, was stabbed to death on Sunday in Emmer Green, Reading and tragically died at the scene. The family have released a tribute via Thames Valley Police where they thanked all those who help their son, especially the ‘Good Samaritan’ who had attempted to save Oliver.
“Last night we have had to face every parents’ worst nightmare.
“My wife, daughter and I would like to whole heartedly thank the following people:
“A Good Samaritan that tried valiantly to save Oliver, an off duty doctor who also offered her help, all the emergency services that attended the scene at Bugs Bottom, Emmer Green who have been exemplary, the forensic team and all staff that are still on the case, and our families, neighbours, friends and colleagues who have sent their valued love and support.
“Oliver was an enigma, having both Autism and suspected Pathological Demand Avoidance he became a challenge we never shied away from.
“He was hilariously funny, charming and beautiful.
“He could get his own way with a wry smile and a cheeky grin. He always stood his ground and fought for the underdog whilst having an amazing depth of love, warmth and wit.
“In his final moments he must have been terrified. Fighting to get home, he had everything to live for. We now have only memories.
“An Olly sized hole has been left in our hearts.
“Gentle shoulder charge, love ya mate XXX.”
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