Man undergoes emergency surgery after stabbing
A 39-year-old man underwent emergency surgery today (Friday November 13) after being stabbed in Stroud Green. Police and the London Ambulance Service were called after a stabbing at 4.21 this morning. They found a 39-year-old man suffering from serious st
A 39-year-old man underwent emergency surgery today (Friday November 13) after being stabbed in Stroud Green.
Police and the London Ambulance Service were called after a stabbing at 4.21 this morning.
They found a 39-year-old man suffering from serious stab wounds at the junction of Stapleton Hall Road with Lancaster Road.
The victim was taken to hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
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Det Con Ben Jefferd of Haringey CID said: "The victim received serious stab injuries that required surgery. We are doing everything that we can to establish what happened and identify whoever was responsible and I appeal to anyone with information about this information to contact police or Crimestoppers."
A police spokeswoman said officers were keeping an "open mind" as to the motive of the attack.
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No arrests have been made and enquiries continue. The victim is said to be in a stable condition.
Anyone with information is asked to contact DC Jefferd on 020-8345 0712, or to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.