An Albanian immigrant in London has been convicted of stabbing a 20-year-old man after a money dispute in central London. British media report that Klaudio Kacubaj, 27 years old resident of Leeside Crescent, NË11 was sentenced to 4 years and 6 months in prison.

He was found guilty of premeditated murder and possession of a knife, an event that occurred on 14 September 2020. Police were telephoned around 02:55 and received notification that a young man had been seriously injured in central London at Leicester Square, ËC2. The court was told that Kacubaj got involved in a quarrel with the 20-year-old victim and after placing him behind the wall, stabbed him several times in the back and then left quickly.

The incident was seen by a police officer, who was not on duty at the time, but was involved in detaining the Albanian until the arrival of his colleagues.

A knife was found from the control of the area with which Klaudio Kacubaj committed the crime. Constable Police Officer Laura Harcombe, from the Central West Basic Command Unit, which investigated the crime, said: “The victim was fortunate not to receive even more serious injuries and I hope that the sentence given to the aggressor will be somewhat comforting for him. “conveying the message that we do not tolerate such crimes.”