Young Woman Stabbed in Wealdstone: Police Seek Information - Police Cordons in Place After Woman, 18, Stabbed in Wealdstone

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Police Cordons in Place After Woman, 18, Stabbed in Wealdstone

In a developing incident this evening, multiple police cars and ambulances have descended upon Masons Avenue in Wealdstone following reports of a stabbing involving a young woman, believed to be 18 years old.

The harrowing incident unfolded at the end of Masons Avenue, near the bridge and in close proximity to Wealdstone High Street. A substantial police cordon has been established, stretching from the bridge to the nearby shops, as authorities work swiftly to secure the area and conduct their investigation.

A spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police informed Harrow Online: “Police were alerted by the London Ambulance Service (LAS) to Masons Avenue, Harrow, shortly after 19:00hrs on Saturday, February 10, following reports of a stabbing.

Upon arrival, officers discovered the young woman suffering from stab wounds. She was promptly attended to by emergency medical personnel and subsequently transported to a hospital for further treatment. Fortunately, her injuries have been assessed as non-life-threatening, offering a glimmer of hope amidst the distressing circumstances.

As of now, no arrests have been made in connection with the incident. However, police reassured the public that inquiries are actively ongoing as authorities seek to apprehend those responsible and bring them to justice.

The incident has sent shockwaves through the Wealdstone community, prompting concerns for safety and renewed calls for vigilance. Residents and passersby are urged to cooperate with law enforcement and provide any relevant information that may assist in the investigation.

As the situation continues to unfold, updates will be provided to ensure transparency and keep the public informed of any developments.

Anyone with information pertaining to the stabbing is encouraged to come forward and contact the Metropolitan Police or anonymously report information to Crimestoppers.

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