Barnaby Webber Wiki – Barnaby Webber Biography

A former Somerset boarding school pupil has been named as one of the victims of the Nottingham attacks. Barnaby Webber, 19, who previously attended Taunton School, was one of three people killed in attacks in the city centre. Barnaby had traveled to Taunton from Nottingham last month to play cricket for a local club, Bishops Hull. He had also turned out for them in an indoor league.

At Taunton School, newsletters report that he was also a talented hockey player. Barnaby Webber’s parents are said to be “in pieces” after his son was murdered this morning. Phil and Jenny Robson, the victim’s grandparents, said: “We’re still not sure what has happened at this point. “Barnaby’s parents are in pieces, as you can imagine, but they are with Nottinghamshire Police officers as we speak.

Barnaby Webber Age

The age of Barnaby Webber is 19 years.


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Barnaby Webber shot and killed

“We have been told not to comment until we know more. Maybe in a day or two we can say more, but at the moment we are not allowed. The couple traveled from their home near Exeter to Webber’s home in Taunton, Somerset. Education Secretary Gillian Keegan said her “thoughts and prayers” are with the city of Nottingham after two university students were killed in attacks today. She added: “There is support available for students and staff and my Department stands ready to help in any way we can.”

The suspect was tasered before being arrested by police on suspicion of murder after he struck three pedestrians in a pickup truck. Police Chief Kate Meynell said: “The van was then stopped on Maple Street where a man was tasered and taken into custody by police officers on suspicion of murder. A man in his 50s was also found dead of knife wounds in Magdala Road by a member of the public.


“At the moment, we believe that the suspect stole this man’s vehicle and drove it to Milton Street, where he then drove members of the public.” One of the victims is in hospital in critical condition, while two others suffered minor injuries. The Home Secretary has expressed shock at the attack in Nottingham that left three dead.

Suella Braverman told announcers in Westminster: “Firstly I want to say how shocked and saddened I am that three people have lost their lives in Nottingham today and that others have been injured in this tragic incident. “My thoughts, first and foremost, are with everyone who has been involved, their friends, their families and their communities. “I want to thank the emergency services for their quick response. They work around the clock to keep people safe and we are incredibly grateful for their efforts.”

She added: “I am in regular contact with the Nottinghamshire Police Chief Constable, but I want to take this opportunity to urge anyone with information about this incident to come forward and report it to the police.” The families of the victims of the Nottingham attack have been informed, police say.


Police Chief Kate Meynell said: “We are keeping an open mind and are working closely with counter-terrorism police to establish the facts as we normally would in these types of circumstances.n“The families of all the victims have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers.

“Officers have also conducted a series of address searches throughout the city to gather evidence, but no further arrests have been made. “A dedicated team of detectives is investigating the circumstances surrounding the incident and will continue to gather evidence in the coming days. “I want to thank those who live and work in our city for their patience and understanding under incredibly difficult circumstances. We will of course keep the public informed as soon as we can say anything else.”Read More……

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