Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in Enfield this morning.
Officers were called at approximately 5.05am on Tuesday, 2 April to reports of a man stabbed in Aberdeen Road, N18.
Police and London Ambulance Service attended and found a man, believed to be aged in his 30s, suffering a stab injury.
He is reported to have been walking with a companion when he was attacked in Fairfield Road. The victim then made his way to Aberdeen Road, where he was found by police.
The other person did not suffer any injuries.
The suspect is described as a tall, skinny black man, wearing a hoody.
The victim has been taken to an east London hospital; at this time his condition is being treated as life-threatening.
There have been no arrests.
Detective Superintendent Luke Marks, of the North Area Command Unit, said: “I am aware that events from the weekend have caused a huge amount of worry and concern among the community, and that this incident will cause further alarm.
“While at this stage the incident has not yet been formally linked, the location and manner of this attack will be of concern to the public. Our advice continues that that public to remain vigilant, and to contact police regarding anyone acting suspiciously. You will see additional uniformed patrols in the Edmonton area; if you have any concerns, please speak with my officers immediately.”
The two males previously arrested on suspicion of GBH both remain in custody.