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Police are investigating three more stab wounds in north London while the capital's bloodbath continues for knife crime


A man fights for his life after thugs run over and stabbed him before stealing his moped while the capital's carnage continues.

The man in his late 20s was attacked by two men shortly after 5 p.m. in Crossmead, Eltham in southeast London yesterday. An arrest was made.

Three other people were stabbed in the capital yesterday, including two in the north of the capital in potentially linked attacks.

Pictured: Police at the scene in southeast London while a man fights for his life after the Eltham attack

A man in his twenties was stabbed in the leg on High Street in Walthamstow in north-east London after reports of a fight around 4:30 p.m.

Before that, two other men were attacked in Kilburn, north-west London this morning. One in 63 was stabbed in the back at around 1:19 a.m. before a second, 39 years old, was stabbed in the stomach a short time later.

The last day of bloodshed in the capital comes after a man in his 20s was killed in a gun attack in East London last night.

Police arrested after a man in his 20s was stabbed in his leg on High Street in Walthamstow, northeast London

Police arrested after a man in his 20s was stabbed in his leg on High Street in Walthamstow, northeast London

The man stabbed to death in Eltham is believed to be in a life-threatening condition. His sister Jade goes to Facebook to reveal that he was run over before being stabbed.

She said, "He was run over a few times and stabbed a broken pelvis and a punctured lung."

None of the other three victims of today's stabbing is in life-threatening condition, and no arrests have been made.

Detective Sergeant Mark Johnson of the North West Area CID said of the two Kilburn stabbing: “At this early stage of the investigation, we are open to whether the two incidents are related and there is a team of officials working on it the watch that patrols, queries CCTV and speaks to witnesses.

“I would address witnesses or drivers who may have dash cam footage of the incidents that have not yet reported to contact the police urgently. Even the smallest information will help us a lot with this investigation.

Officials in the region are currently running additional calming patrols, and anyone who has concerns can speak to officials on the street, go to a police station, or call 101 or Crimestoppers.

"If you are traveling in and around Kilburn High Street, I would ask you to stay vigilant, be aware of your surroundings and, if you see anything suspicious, call the police immediately."

The Walthamstow stitch follows the stitches of two other men in the early morning hours on Kilburn High Street (pictured) in potentially connected attacks

The Walthamstow stitch follows the stitches of two other men in the early morning hours on Kilburn High Street (pictured) in potentially connected attacks

Yesterday, four people were captured on video surveillance who had fled from a murder spot in East London.

A man in his 20s died in the gun and knife attack, and his mother was subsequently seen visiting the scene this morning.

The London emergency services alerted the police that a man had been attacked in Manor Park on Monday shortly before 9:30 p.m.

Four people were captured on video surveillance last night outside the East London murder scene

Four people were captured on video surveillance outside the East London crime scene last night

According to Scotland Yard, officials took to the streets and found that the victim "allegedly suffers from knife and gunshot wounds".

"Despite the efforts of the medical team, the man died at the scene," said the group. An increased police presence was deployed in the region on Monday evening when an investigation began.

The area around the scene was sealed off and murder detectives notified.

A spokeswoman for the Metropolitan Police confirmed that a stop and search order was implemented in the Newham district, which will remain in effect until 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday.

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