Thomas O’Halloran: Suspect arrested over fatal stabbing of 87-year-old on mobility scooter

Daily Mail published this video item, entitled “Thomas O’Halloran: Suspect arrested over fatal stabbing of 87-year-old on mobility scooter” – below is their description.

Suspect arrested for stabbing 87-year-old on mobility scooter | Greenford, London: A 44-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of 87-year-old Thomas O’Halloran on a mobility scooter in west London. He was arrested at an address in Southall, west London, in the early hours of Thursday, the Metropolitan Police said.

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