First pictures of boy, 17, and man, 21, stabbed to death in a mass brawl in Doncaster town center as police call for witnesses

The first photos have been released of a teenager and a man being stabbed to death in a mass brawl on Saturday morning – as police called for witnesses.

Janis Kozlovskis, 17, and Ryan Theobald, 21, are was slashed by a knife in a fierce battle outside the tavern just after 2:30am in Doncaster yesterday.

Janis Kozlovskis, 17, stabbed to death in Doncaster on Saturday

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Janis Kozlovskis, 17, stabbed to death in Doncaster on Saturday
Ryan Theobald, 21, was also killed in the altercation

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Ryan Theobald, 21, was also killed in the altercation
Police rushed to the center of town shortly after 2:30 am on Saturday

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Police rushed to the center of town shortly after 2:30 am on SaturdayCredit: Ben Missing / Yappapp

Despite the best efforts of paramedics and police, Ryan was pronounced dead at the scene.

Janis was taken to the hospital, but later died from his injuries. Autopsies revealed that both died from stab wounds.

The third victim, 18, was also stabbed and arrested for serious public disorder in connection with the incident after being discharged from the hospital.

He was released without charge.

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder and has now been released on bail while investigations continue.

Both Ryan and Janis have been officially identified and their families are being supported by specially trained officers.

Fundraisers for Ryan and Janis have been set up to help their grieving families with funeral costs.

Janis’s pageorganized by her sister Russanda, wrote: “I’m Janis’ sister. I’ve just lost my little 17-year-old brother to knife crime in my hometown of Doncaster.

“We’re all heartbroken I’ve always seen things like this on the news but now it’s happening to my own family, my heart aches for others who have lost loved ones. for knife crime!

“Janis was hanging out on a Friday night in Doncaster after a night out with his friends, a scuffle broke out and Janis and one of his friends Ryan Theobald tragically passed away. Both are young men with their whole lives ahead of them!

“Any help will go a long way. Thank you in advance.”

Ryan’s Page read: “Ryan is loved by so many people, he’s a funny, loving and kind young man!

“This heartbreaking tragedy has left his poor mother and sisters completely heartbroken.”

‘IMPACT HAS BEEN’

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Oughon, who is leading the investigation, has asked for witnesses to be brought forward.

He said: “I know that incidents like this can have a devastating impact on the wider community and I want to reassure you that we are doing everything we can to get those responsible out. before justice.

“The community that lives, visits and works in the center of town will continue to see an increased police presence in the area as the murder investigation continues. reassure everyone that we believe this is an isolated incident and poses no risk to the wider community.

“I continue to urge anyone with any information that may help with the investigation to contact us.

“We’d really like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed or had footage of the melee, which began at Silver Street and continued into the High Street, ending outside KFC.

“Initial CCTV investigations showed that some bystanders saw the incident and we appealed to them to come to our aid.

“If you are uncomfortable talking to the police directly, you can call Crimestoppers completely anonymously.

“Information can be turned to police by contacting 101 and citing incident number 135 January 29, or you can provide information anonymously to independent charity Crimestoppers through website or by calling their UK contact center on 0800 555 111.”

The area was fenced off after the scuffle

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The area was fenced off after the scuffleCredit: Ben Missing / Yappapp

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Bobby Allyn

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