French teen was stabbed to death by Senegalese migrant over €93.70 bill
An 18-year-old French male stabbed to death by a Senegalese migrant in a shopping centre near Paris on Saturday lost his life over a bill for €93.70, it has emerged.
The attack, reported by this site earlier in the week, saw two young employees of a mobile phone company brutally stabbed, killing one and leaving the other in a critical condition.
The 62-year-old Senegalese migrant reportedly turned violent when he was refused a refund in the Bouygues Telecom store at Claye-Souilly shopping centre in Seine-et-Marne, before producing a blade and attacking the employees aged 18 and 21. Dany, 21, was stabbed in the chest before his colleague Theo, 18, who had just graduated from high school, was stabbed in the heart. He died on the spot.
The crazed migrant also attempted to attack a third employee who managed to escape, according to Actu17. Shoppers caught the moment the 62-year-old man was detained by members of the public Employees of the shopping centre observed a one minute silence at the scene of the attack on Monday to pay tribute to Theo, with shops remaining closed during the moment of contemplation.
Kévin, a fellow colleague of the mobile phone shop told local media that the attack had occurred on what would have been Theo’s last day of work: “It was his last day, he had been working here for two years. He had just obtained his professional baccalaureate.”
The assailant had a valid residency permit to reside in France at the time of the attack but it was fast approaching its expiration date of July 20.