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Outside court, Det Sgt Tim Hammond of Croydon CID said: "This was a horrific and still apparently motiveless attack.
Police, who say the attack was motiveless and indiscriminate, added that his attacker was then driven away by a man waiting in a VW Golf at about 6.
Callum, from Clapham, showed no emotion as he was jailed at the Old Bailey for the "cowardly" and apparently motiveless attack.
The teenager launched his apparently motiveless attack after absconding from his care home in Haslingden, Lancashire.
POLICE today made a new appeal for witnesses after a man was stabbed in an apparently motiveless street gang attack.
A TEENAGER who brutally stabbed a stranger repeatedly in a motiveless attack was yesterday caged for more than five years.
A RESTAURANT manager who carried out an "unprovoked, motiveless and gratuitous" attack in Rugby has been jailed for 12 months.
Mr Mooney, 35, was blasted at close range with a shotgun in an apparently motiveless attack.
A thug slashed a man's face in a motiveless attack at a Metro station.
The woman was battered over the head in a motiveless attack as she walked in South Woodham Ferrers, Essex.
But police say the assault on the woman in her white T-reg Vauxhall Astra was apparently motiveless.
Det Insp Graham Hancock said: "It was terrifying and ferocious, and seems to be motiveless.