CCTV appeal after stabbing of Liz Hurley's nephew

Angelo Anderson
March 21, 2018

Elizabeth Hurley is appealing to the public for information and help after her 21-year-old nephew Miles Hurley was stabbed in the back.

Miles Hurley, 21, was attacked on 8 March in southwest London after a group of males confronted him and a friend, also 21.

They were both taken to hospital for treatment and have since been discharged. A minor traffic collision has resulted in two men being stabbed.

Hurley previously said that the deepest wound "just missed severing his spine".

Anyone with information can contact Wandsworth CID on 0203 276 2603 or 101 quoting ref: 7495/8March.

The driver of the suspects' auto was white or mixed race, aged in his early to mid-20s, 6ft, well-built and with a shaved head and stubble.

Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


She also issued a long appeal for witnesses and information, giving a detailed account of what happened that night alongside a picture of the suspects' auto, a black hatchback with blacked out windows, taken from a surveillance camera.

According to Liz, her nephew was driving with a friend at night when they collided with another vehicle and started arguing with the group of men inside. On Instagram this weekend, Hurley said: "Thank you to all who sent such kind messages following the news that my nephew @mileshurley1 was viciously stabbed last week". Another man who was with Miles was also stabbed. Miles is expected to make a full recovery (doctors called the injuries "non-life-changing), but he's experiencing a long, painful, and slow recovery".

The passengers are all being described as young black men. "I have just reached India but am receiving updates throughout the day", Hurley continued.

The mum-of-one added: "We need to make our streets safer and I want to be part of the movement to achieve that".

The Twitter post has been met with plenty of sympathy and well-wishes from Liz's followers, and she's hoping that someone who has any information or dash cam footage from the night will come forward.

Miles and his victim pal were "keen to get out of London" after it was feared they had been mistakenly caught up in a gang feud.

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