Man stabbed repeatedly on street in St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden
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A man has been repeatedly stabbed on a street in the St Raphael’s Estate in Neasden.
The 24-year-old victim was cycling through the estate when he knifed in Besant Way just before 4.30pm on Sunday.
According to detectives three men in a car chased him for a short while before stabbing him repeatedly.
A source told the Times the man was stabbed several times in face and his body during the attack.
Police and paramedics were called to the scene before the victim was taken to a hospital in west London.
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He has since been discharged.
A spokeswoman for the London Ambulance Service told the Times: “We were called at 4:24pm on Sunday 7 February to Besant Way to reports of a stabbing.
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“We sent multiple resources including a paramedic in a car, an ambulance crew, an incident response officer and an advanced paramedic to the scene.
“We treated a man at the scene for stab wounds and took him as a priority to a hospital in West London.”
Detective Constable Paul Smith, is appealing for information, he said: “We believe that a number of people may have witnessed this attack and the events leading up to it.
“The victim was chased for a considerable distance before being stabbed and we would like to speak anyone who has was in the area and saw this crime unfold.
“All information will be dealt with in the strictest confidence.”
Anyone with information should call detectives on 07584 779085 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.