Man dies after being found stabbed on bus in Marylebone
- Credit: Archant
A murder investigation has been launched after a 48-year-old man with a fatal stab wound was found on a 189 bus in Marylebone.
Police were called by London Ambulance Service last night at around midnight to the bus in Gloucester Place near the junction with Dorset Square.
The man was pronounced dead at the scene.
A Met spokesman said officers believe they know the identity of the deceased, but await formal identification and confirmation that next of kin have been informed.
A murder investigation is being led by Det Chf Insp Noel McHugh of the Homicide and Major Crime Command.
You may also want to watch:
Det chf insp McHugh said it is believed that the victim boarded the bus at Brent Cross bus station at 11:15pm yesterday evening.
He said: “I want to hear from anyone who was at Brent Cross bus station or who travelled on the 189 bus from Brent Cross towards the Marylebone area at around that time.
- 1 The situation in North London as Arsenal come up against Spurs
- 2 'Picture of health': Mum's tribute to son who died of sudden cardiac arrest
- 3 'Time for banks to share a Crouch End branch'
- 4 Car driver arrested after crash with van in Camden Town
- 5 E-scooters set for Camden as council boss backs rental trial
- 6 'Safe and secure home' - Camden takes landlord to court over eviction threat
- 7 Harry Kane: Boyhood club cult status or chase that silverware?
- 8 Police investigate reported rape of teenager
- 9 London Zoo's aviary unwrapped to create new monkey home
- 10 Tennis coach 'distraught' at losing Belsize role amid club row
“It is crucial that we speak with any potential witnesses. Even if you do not believe you saw anything significant, if you were at the bus station at around 11pm or on the bus then please call the incident room.”
There has been no arrest at this early stage and enquiries continue to establish the full circumstances.
Witnesses or anyone with information that may assist the investigation should call the incident room on 020 8785 8099.
Information can also be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or via the https://crimestoppers-uk.org website.