London’s Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman’s mother spoke to her ‘polite boy’ hours before attack
Amman’s mother spoke to her ‘polite boy’ hours before attack
The mother of Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman has told Sky News he was a “nice, polite boy” who was radicalised online and in prison – and revealed she spoke to him just hours before the attack >>>skynews<<<
Streatham suspected terrorist Sudesh Amman ‘stole £3.99 knife from shop before attack’
Kiranjeet Singh was working at his Streatham High Road bargain store with his brother when a man suspected of later knifing two people before being shot dead walked in just before 2pm.
The man, who police believe to be Sudesh Amman, a convicted terrorist only just released from prison, then grabbed the £3.99 knife from a display, the Times reports.
Mr Singh, 38, said his brother noticed the customer “looked suspicious”.
“He recognised him because he had come in the week before and didn’t buy anything,” Mr Singh said.
A shop owner in Streatham has described how a ‘suspicious’ man, thought to be convicted terrorist Sudesh Amman, came into his London store and stole a £3.99 knife before running up the street and stabbing two people in a terrorist attack