Three men have been stabbed within minutes of each other in south-west London in what police consider to be linked attacks.
Officers had been referred to as to Burston Road, Putney, at 10.42am immediately following reviews of a stabbing.
Arriving at the scene, they had been informed a person had been stabbed after which left the scene in a white saloon car.
Minutes later, police had been referred to as to Eastleigh Walk, additionally in Putney, to reviews of a battle.
Scotland Yard mentioned officers had been referred to as to the tackle by the London Ambulance Service at 10.48am.
“Officers attended. A man, believed to be in his 20s, was found with stab injuries,” the drive mentioned in an announcement.
He was handled on the scene by paramedics earlier than being taken to hospital. His situation is unknown.
Then, at 11.10am, a person believed to be in his 20s introduced himself at a hospital in south London with a stab wound, the Met mentioned.
He was admitted for remedy however his situation is known to be non-life threatening.
He has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily hurt.
The drive mentioned: “At this early stage, the three incidents are believed to be linked.”
It mentioned crime scenes had been put in place on the first two addresses whereas enquiries proceed.
A piece 60 order giving officers search powers has been put in place throughout the whole Wandsworth borough till 2.45am on Friday.