Two days of violence sees three teenagers stabbed in separate attacks in Wembley and Sudbury

One victim knifed five times, a second ambushed on a bus and a third repeatedly slashed in the street

Three teenagers have been stabbed in three separate attacks in the borough in just two days.

The victims, two aged 19 and a 17-year-old, were targeted in Sudbury and Wembley on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week.

In the first attack on Tuesday, a 17-year-old boy was stabbed in the arm, punched, and kicked after he was ambushed by six black youths after boarding a 182 bus near Sudbury, at around 4pm.

He eventually managed to escape his attackers and walked into Wembley Police Station where he raised the alarm and was rushed to hospital.

He was later discharged.

The following day a 19-year-old man escaped serious injury despite being stabbed up to five times in the back and neck in Mount Pleasant, Alperton, at around 6.30pm.

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Two men, one described as being of large build wearing a light grey jumper and material bottoms with light coloured short hair, the other a short, slim and wearing dark clothing were seen running from the scene.

Half an hour later, a fight broke out in Barnhill Road, Wembley, where a 19-year-old was slashed across the face, ear and back of his head by up to seven black youths.

Both men were discharged after being treated in hospital.

Anyone with information about any of the attacks is asked to call the Brent Violent Crime Unit on 020 8733 3709 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Two people were arrested in connection with the bus attack this morning (Friday).

They are currently being questioned by detectives.