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Two teenagers arrested by detectives over Pimlico Luke Jackson murder

Mr Jackson – also known as MC Bluetooth – was stabbed to death three years ago

10 November, 2017 — By William McLennan

Luke Jackson

TWO teenagers have been arrested by murder detectives who are investigating the death of a man who was stabbed inside his mother’s Pimlico home three years ago.

Luke Jackson was murdered in December 2014 at a flat in Lumley Flats, Pimlico Road, in front of his mother Elizabeth.

Police said that he had arranged to meet two men at the flat, but they were still unclear who organised the rendezvous.

Mr Jackson, who lived in Lewisham, was a radio presenter known as MC Bluetooth.

Detective Inspector Jon Meager said: “Luke was stabbed to death nearly three years ago, and we remain committed to solving this case and bringing those responsible to justice.

“We believe that on the night of his death, Luke had arranged to meet two people at the flat where he was stabbed and killed. Officers are keen to find out why that meeting was arranged, and who arranged it.”

Two 19-year-old men were arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of murder.

A post-mortem examination established that Mr Jackson had suffered multiple stab wounds, including a fatal stab wound to his heart.

An inquest, held at Westminster Coroner’s Court in May last year, recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.

Vision Radio UK, where Mr Jackson presented a weekly drum- and-base show, said at the time of his death: “He was a genuinely-lovable person in the true sense of the word and will be sorely missed not just by us, but by so many.”

Pimlico home three years Luke Jackson was murdered in December 2014 at a flat in Lumley Flats, Pimlico Road, in front of his mother Elizabeth. Police said that he had arranged to meet two men at the flat, but they were still unclear who organised the rendezvous.

Mr Jackson, who lived in Lewisham, was a radio presenter known as MC Bluetooth.

Detective Inspector Jon Meager said: “Luke was stabbed to death nearly three years ago, and we remain committed to solving this case and bringing those responsible to justice.

“We believe that on the night of his death, Luke had arranged to meet two people at the flat where he was stabbed and killed. Officers are keen to find out why that meeting was arranged, and who arranged it.”

Two 19-year-old men were arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of murder. A post mortem examination established that Mr Jackson had suffered multiple stab wounds, including a fatal stab wound to his heart.

An inquest, held at Westminster Coroner’s Court in May last year, recorded a verdict of unlawful killing.

Vision Radio UK, where Mr Jackson presented a weekly drum- and-base show, said at the time of his death: “He was a genuinely lovable person in the true sense of the word and will be sorely missed not just by us, but by so many.”

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