One Dead & Three Injured after Halloween Attack
London police have launched a murder investigation following the death of a man during a multiple stabbing attack in the south of the capital on Halloween night.
The victim, a 22 year old male, was treated by paramedics at the scene but he could not be saved. He died at approximately 8pm on Monday 31st October.
Two other men, also in their 20s, were taken to after sustaining stab wounds. According tot he Metropolitan police, their injuries are not thought to be life threatening.
The 22 year deceased victim has not yet been named, however his next of kin have been informed. A postmortem examination took place this week.
The Met have confirmed that no arrests have been made following the attack. Chief Superintendent Andy Tarrant said:
“While colleagues from the homicide and major crime command are investigating last night’s fatal stabbing, my officers will be carrying out patrols across the borough to provide reassurance to the community.
“I would personally like to reassure people that attacks of this nature are rare and we are doing everything we can to catch those responsible.”
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