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Man charged with murder over stabbing of Tottenham man

12:50 13 July 2012

Kemar Duhaney is believed to have been murdered in Hackney on Wednesday. Picture: Facebook.

Kemar Duhaney is believed to have been murdered in Hackney on Wednesday. Picture: Facebook.

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Police have revealed the victim of a fatal stabbing in Hackney earlier this week was a 21-year-old man from Tottenham.

Kemar Duhaney, of Bruce Grove, was found with a stab wound to the chest in Buxhall Crescent, Hackney Wick, at 11.47am on Wednesday.

He was taken to an east London hospital where he died at approximately 5.30pm.

Damien Douglas, 23, of Ballance Road, Hackney, has been charged with his murder.

Police await formal identification but are satisfied the deceased is Mr Duhaney.

Douglas appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court this morning and was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Monday.

Did you know Kemar? If so, tell us your memories of him by calling 020 7433 6207 or e-mailing tim.lamden@archant.co.uk.

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