Police Launch Manhunt After Four Peoples are Stabbed in Edmonton, London


    Police have announced the public to ‘stay Alert’ as they launched a manhunt after four peoples are stabbed in the last 15 hours in London. Detectives are searching for a suspected man of stabbing four random people in north London.

    Three men and a woman were all approached from behind and knifed in the back without any warning as they walked alone in the street of Edmonton and Walthamstow. The police linked all four people stabbed case, which took place in Edmonton between 7 pm last night and 10 am this morning.

    Police Launch Manhunt After Four Peoples are Stabbed in Edmonton, London
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    The police describe the suspect as the black male, approximately 6ft 3ins tall, of skinny build and wearing dark clothing, possibly wearing a hooded top.

    The officials are saying that the Four Victims are all from different background and appeared to have been selected as at random due to walking alone.

    Two victims are in very critical condition, a23-years-old men 45-years-old women, are in very bad condition in Hospital while the other two has serious injuries.

    A 45-years-old woman is being stabbed in the back at 7.02pm in Aberdeen Road, Edmonton, on Saturday night.

    The second stabbing took place a few hours later, at quarter past midnight on Sunday, when a man was stabbed in Park Avenue From Behind.

    The third incident happened at 3.55am, involved a 23-years-old man, who was found with stab injuries outside Seven Sisters tube station.

    The last attack took place at 09.43am in Brettenham Road, where officers discovered another man who had been stabbed from behind without any warning.

    DCI Stuart Smillie from North Area Command said that ‘Police are treating the four stabbing related incidents as potentially linked.’

    ‘The four victims are all from different backgrounds and appear to have been selected at random due to them being alone and vulnerable. He has approached from behind without warning.’

    Police Alert the public not to approach the suspect and call 999 immediately if they see someone acting suspiciously who matches the description as they described.