Police are searching for another killer after a man in his 20s was stabbed to death in London.
This is the fourth murder investigation opened in the capital in three days.
It comes after Kearne Solanke was found injured in Titmuss Avenue, Thamesmead on Saturday, while Charlie Bartolo was found injured in Sewell Road, Abbey Wood shortly afterwards.
Both died later in hospital. The stabbings are linked, Scotland Yard said.
Reece Newcombe, 31, was also stabbed to death with a piece of glass after a fight on Richmond Bridge on Saturday.
Police were called at around 3.23pm today to a report of a stabbing in Lilestone Street.
Officers found a man – believed to be in his 20s – with stab wounds.
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He was pronounced dead at the scene. Another man, who was also at the scene, was taken to hospital.
Scotland Yard said there were no arrests.
Detective Chief Superintendent Owain Richards, the local Westminster Police Commander, said: ‘This is a tragic incident and I am deeply saddened that another young life has been lost to crime at knifepoint in the streets of London.
“I know the community will join me in sending our thoughts to the victim’s family at this terrible time.
“I appreciate that people want answers about what happened, but I would like to ask that our team of dedicated detectives be given the time and space they need to carry out their investigations.
“A large number of officers will remain in the area and I encourage anyone with immediate concerns to speak to them.
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