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Enfield Stabbing Claims Life of 37-Year-Old Man in Shocking Southgate Attack

A 37-year-old man has tragically lost his life in a daylight stabbing incident in Enfield, North London, leaving the community in shock and sorrow. The fatal attack occurred on Queen Elizabeth’s Drive, Southgate, on Sunday, February 4, prompting an immediate response from the police and emergency services.

Authorities were alerted to the scene shortly after 2 pm when reports of a confrontation in the street were received. Upon arrival, paramedics discovered the victim suffering from serious stab injuries. He was swiftly transported to a nearby hospital for urgent medical attention. Despite the efforts of the medical staff, he succumbed to his injuries at 4:10 pm.

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The Metropolitan Police has since confirmed the arrest of two individuals in connection with this murder. Both suspects remain in police custody as the investigation unfolds. This shocking incident has raised concerns within the community, and specialized detectives have initiated an urgent inquiry to uncover the circumstances surrounding the stabbing.

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A designated crime scene has been established at the location of the attack. Police are appealing to any witnesses who may have seen the incident or possess doorbell or dashcam footage that could aid in the investigation to come forward and assist with their inquiries.

In a statement, a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police said, “Two people have been arrested by officers investigating a fatal stabbing in North London. This is a shocking incident that will no doubt cause concern to the community. Specialist detectives have launched an urgent investigation.”

Community members who have any information relevant to this case are encouraged to contact the police immediately at 101, referencing CAD 3514/4 Feb. For those who wish to remain anonymous, the option to provide information to Crimestoppers is also available.

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