Suspects and weapons involved in last nights triple-stabbing in Wealdstone are still at large as police appeal to the public to come forward with information.
Police were called to Wealdstone High Street at 7pm on Tuesday following reports of a stabbing.
Officers attended with London Ambulance Service and found two boys, aged 14 and 16, with stab wounds. A third male victim aged 22 was then discovered, he is currently in a critical condition in a West London hospital.
Awful news tonight: Three people, including a 14-year-old boy, stabbed in #Wealdstone. One fighting for his life.
— Harrow Online (@harrowonline) November 30, 2021
Brent Police IAG posted on Facebook: “To Whom this may concern particularly parents of young people please be advised that a Section 60 (stop and search without the need for reasonable grounds) has been authorised by Insp Wright CAD 6419/30Nov21 refers from 19:39. 30/11/21 to 08:00. 01/12/21.
“Due to a triple stabbing where victims have been found at different locations; suspects and weapons are outstanding at this time.
“Areas covered are the whole borough of Harrow. Thank you for your continued support by passing on this information and for helping to keep our communities safe.”
Following the incident last night, Harrow Police tweeted: “Much of Wealdstone High St is cordoned off and Harrow and Wealdstone Station is closed following a stabbing earlier this evening. Please avoid the area.
“A 14 yr old and a 16 yr old sustained non-life threatening injuries. A 21 yr old has potentially life threatening injuries.
Much of Wealdstone High St is cordoned off and Harrow and Wealdstone Station is closed following a stabbing earlier this evening. Please avoid the area.
A 14 yr old and a 16 yr old sustained non-life threatening injuries. A 21 yr old has potentially life threatening injuries.
— Harrow MPS | North West BCU (@MPSHarrow) November 30, 2021
“At this stage there have been no arrests but an investigation is under way. If you saw anything or have other information please call police on 101 (ref 6046/30NOV) or @CrimestoppersUK, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
“Any information, no matter how small, could be crucial.”