Three arrested following afternoon of violence in Kilburn
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Police were called to a brawl in Kilburn where it is believed that a person got stabbed.
Officers were called at 5.45pm on Monday (August 10) to reports of a fight involving a number of people in Kilburn High Road.
A caller to this paper said “a person had been stabbed after a fight outside the Kish Restaurant”.
Scotland Yard said no victim has yet been identified and enquiries continue.
A Met spokesperson said: “Officers attended but those involved had left the scene.
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“A short while later a car was stopped in Kilburn High Road; three males were arrested for offences including affray and possession of an offensive weapon.
“No victims have yet been identified.
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“Enquiries into the circumstances continue.”