Man in his 20s is killed and teen is injured in double stabbing outside Tesco Express in North London02/06/2021
A MAN was knifed to death and a teen has been left fighting for life after a double stabbing outside a Tesco Express in North London this evening.
Police and and paramedics raced to the scene at 5.40pm following reports of a double stabbing in front of horrifed shoppers in Kilburn.
One of the males, aged in his 20s, was pronounced dead at the scene. His next of kin have been informed.
A second male, who is believed to be in his teens, is fighting for his life in hospital.
A police cordon is still in place outside the supermarket as an investigation is being carried out.
There has been no arrest at this early stage.
It comes after bloodshed in South London where one person was stabbed to death and another 10 injured.
Cops have launched a murder probe after a man, 22, died and nine others were injured in five separate reports of knifings in Croydon, South London last night.
Earlier today, a 24-year-old man was stabbed shortly after 3pm less than two miles from last night's horror.
He has been rushed to hosptial with non-life threatening injuries.
Met Police said there was no information to suggest that all of Friday night's South London incidents, which are still being investigated, were linked.
The first of last night's attacks happened at 6.56pm on Chapman Road which left one injured.
Around 20 minutes later, four men in their 20s attended a local hospital – believed to be Croydon University Hospital – with "stab and slash" wounds, police said.
At 8.10pm, police were called to the scene of an attack on Wisbeach Road where one man died at the scene after paramedics desperately tried to save him.
Two others at the scene had stab wounds – although only one was taken to hospital.
Less than an hour later, at 8.51pm, two more males presented themselves to a local hospital with stab wounds.
The final attack at 9.12pm left one man injured on Dingwall Road. Police arrested one man on suspicion of GBH and also cuffed the wounded male as well.
Anyone with information related to the Kilburn stabbings is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 5580/06feb. To remain anonymous, please call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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