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BOY OF 16 DROWNS IN FIGHT OVER A BICYCLEA boy of 16 was cold-bloodedly drowned in a water pit by a gang after a petty row over a bicycle. The thugs hurled terrified Shane Owoo into the murky depths afte

r accus

ing him of stealing the bike. Th

en they cruelly bombarded the teenager with rocks to stop him climbing out of the pond. Shanes friend Kevin Smith - not with him during the sickening attack in broad daylight - broke down as he recounted the horrifying details he had learnt. Kevin, 17, said: Apparently the lads he was seen arguing with accused him of stealing a bike that either be

longed to one of them or someone they knew. One of the lads grabbed Shane and threw him into the water. He started to climb out, but to stop him from doing so they were throwing rocks and stones and anything they could find. I dont know if one of the missiles hit him, but he went under the water and wasnt seen again. The yobs are thought to have ganged up on Shane near his home before shoving him to his death in the pit 500 yards away. His dad Jamess vo

ice was choked with grief as he told of his agony. He sobbed: Im absolutely devastated. I cant take it all in. This has left me in bits. How could anyone do that to a young lad? It is horrific. He was a wonderful lad, the best so福彩3d那一期开627 n a father could ask for. We are so very upset. He was o

nly young and had his whole life in front of him. He was always respectful to people and had a cheeky charm about him. I will miss him so much. Three men in their early 20s h

ave now been arrested over the incident at lunchtime on Saturday in Bilston, West Mids. Yesterday, residents left flowers by the edge of the water as others looked on, numb with shock. One of Shanes neighbours fondly remembered him as an irrepressible youngster. The loca

l said: Shane w

as a mysterious little devil at times and could be really cheeky. But he was lovable with it. A number of times I would come outsid

e and tell him off about something minor. But hed look at me with those big eyes and smile and I would melt and just tell him to clear off. This is devastating to his family and everyone who knew him. Such was the difficulty in scouring the clay pit, called Lunt Pool, that police, pa

ramedics and fire crews with underwater search gear initially trawled for four hours without locating Shane. They gave up their search and called in police divers, who found him shortly after 10am

yesterday. Ambulance officer Martin Eaton said: When our crews arrived they found two police officers searching the water. Fire crews also turned up and started using their specialist water search unit. I asked for one of our paramedics, who is a qualified diving instructor, to come to the scene to offer advice on where to search. But despite using hi

s knowledge, the fire crews found nothing. Eventually, after

four hours, the emergency services took the difficult decision to call off the search and a police diving team was called. Sadly, the divers made the grim discovery this morning. This was a very difficult job for everyone. We all hoped for the best, but sadly it was not to be. A postmortem is due today. mirrornews@mgn.co.uk