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Who was David-Mario Lazar? (David-Mario Lazar named by police as five-year-old boy found dying in incident at his Earlsdon home)Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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Who was David-Mario Lazar?

A boy found dead in Coventry has been named David-Mario Lazar, known to his family and friends as Mario.

West Midlands Police found the seriously injured five-year-old at his home in Poplar Road, Earlsdon, just before 6pm. m. on Tuesday (January 25).

Officers pronounced him dead at the scene, and a post-mortem examination confirmed that he died from a stab wound.

His parents, Cristina and Dorinel, have released a statement: “Our son was the most beautiful child in the world. He was a very happy boy.

Arrest

“He was always smiling from the moment he woke up until he went to sleep. He had so much energy. He loved to dance and sing. He is all of our hearts, all of our love, and everything to both of us.”

A 49-year-old woman arrested on suspicion of David-Mario’s murder has been listed under the Mental Health Act, police said in a statement Thursday.

The family knows her and David-Mario was in her care at the time of the incident, she added force.

Investigation

Coventry Police Superintendent Ronan Tyrer said: “Our investigation continues into the desperately sad death of David-Mario.

“Our specialist officers are supporting his parents and we cannot understand the pain they must feel. Our thoughts are with them.

“David-Mario’s school has been informed and they are communicating with the parents and caregivers of his students. The community is shocked and saddened by the death of this young man.

“We continue to urge people to avoid speculation on social media or sharing posts that could ultimately add to the family’s distress.”

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