An elderly disabled man died from stab wounds after a witness saw him “surrounded by a group of youths” in London this week, according to reports.
The horrifying incident unfolded just before 4 p.m. on Tuesday in west London.
Emergency services were called to Cayton Road in Greenford where they found a man “believed to be aged in his 80s” suffering from stab wounds, Metropolitan Police explained in a statement at the time.
Authorities published a photo of a suspect "running away from the scene with a knife” on Wednesday, but later deleted the post.
“An 87-year-old grandfather was brutally murdered in Greenford shortly after 4pm yesterday,” Met Police said.
A man who lives near the scene of the crime says he saw the victim “surrounded by a group of youths,” according to the BBC.
“I saw a couple of people gathering around him and then he drove past and stopped further up, and then there was a group of young boys around him."
A 44-year-old male suspect was arrested in Southall on Thursday on suspicion of murder, according to LBC.
The victim has been identified as Thomas Halloran, an Irish immigrant known for raising money for charity through his musical talents.
A Twitter user posted a video showing the victim playing an accordion in front of a grocery store at some point in the past.
"I cannot believe I'm writing this," The Reels wrote. "I met this wonderful man Thomas O'Halloran this June, playing tunes outside Tesco's in Perivale. He was 87 years of age!"
"This gentleman, was stabbed to death on his mobility scooter in broad daylight yesterday afternoon in Greenford!"
An investigation is ongoing.
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(PHOTO: Met Police | Twitter Screenshot)