Bristol stabbings: Four more charged over teenagers' deaths

Two boys, one aged 15, and one aged 16, have been charged with murder over the deaths of Mason Rist and Max Dixon.

The teenagers, who cannot be named for legal reasons, will appear at Bristol Youth Court tomorrow.

Avon and Somerset Police have also charged two men with two counts of assisting an offender.

Bailey Westcott, 22, of Bishopsworth, Bristol, and Jamie Ogbourne, 26, of Hartcliffe, Bristol, will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court tomorrow.

Earlier today, Antony Snook, 44, from Hartcliffe, Bristol, appeared at Bristol Magistrates' Court charged with two counts of murder.

He will appear at Bristol Crown Court tomorrow.

A court sketch of Antony Snook in Bristol Magistrates Court
Mr Snook appeared in court on Thursday morning

Det Supt Gary Haskins, head of the Major Crime Investigation Team, said: "Specialist officers are providing support to Mason's and Max's families and our thoughts remain with them this evening following this significant development.

"I'd like to remind both the media and the public that criminal proceedings are now active and the five people charged have a right to a fair trial.

"Posting speculation, footage and images on social media could jeopardise the forthcoming proceedings while it could also cause further upset to Mason's and Max's families."

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