Law enforcement have named a father who was stabbed to death on a north west London street.
Leon Avenue, 48, was knifed in the chest and died regardless of paramedics battling to help you save his life.
He was attacked in Neasden Lane North at 9.30pm on Monday January 11.
Mr Avenue, a supply driver, lived in the vicinity of the scene with his companion.
Detectives are linking the assault to yet another stabbing in close by Push Road just 10 minutes right before Mr Street was stabbed.
A post-mortem assessment held on January 13 gave Mr Street’s bring about of demise as stab injuries to the chest.
Murder officers are searching as a result of forensic stories and scouring for CCTV as component of the investigation.
Detectives think the attacks were committed by the exact suspect but they are not releasing a description of him.
It will come immediately after the Achieved arrested a 47-calendar year-aged guy on suspicion of murder together with a 33-calendar year-aged person for the exact same alleged offence.
Both were being later launched with out even further action.
Police were consdiering the attacks’ relation to a further stabbing on Sunday, January 17. Law enforcement said they have been identified as to reviews of a stabbing in Neasden Lane North at 9.50am.
Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and the victim, considered to be in in his 30s, was taken to medical center for remedy to stab accidents. A police spokesman stated they were awaiting stories on his issue. Therer have been no arrests.
A spokesman explained: “At this early phase, officers keep an open up brain as to the motive for this incident but are mindful of the proximity to two stabbings on 11 January. Detectives from the Met’s homicide team have been educated.”
In relation to the deadly stabbing of Mr Road, Detective Main Inspector Tom Williams said: “This is a murder investigation and I am operating with a devoted crew of detectives to get answers for Leon’s grieving relatives.
“We are building progress and subsequent up a range of strains of enquiry, and our investigation is acquiring definitely useful assistance from local men and women in and about Neasden.
“However, there are others who could have information and facts that could enable us.
“We may be in lockdown but there were still individuals all over Neasden Lane North on Monday evening who saw or read something suspicious. I have to have those people folks to arrive forward.
“In individual, I want to hear from any person who saw a person functioning in the Neasden Lane North area concerning 9pm and 10pm, and certainly from any person who has noticed a gentleman hanging all around the area in latest weeks.”
He went on to say that the suspect is thought to dwell locally.
Anybody with data is asked to call police on 101 or to remain nameless Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.