Law enforcement have named a father who was stabbed to dying on a north west London street.

Leon Road, 48, was knifed in the chest and died regardless of paramedics battling to conserve his life.

He was attacked in Neasden Lane North at 9.30pm on Monday January 11. 

Mr Road, a shipping driver, lived around the scene with his lover. 

Detectives are linking the attack to another stabbing in close by Press Street just ten minutes before Mr Street was stabbed.

A put up-mortem evaluation held on January 13 gave Mr Street’s induce of death as stab injuries to the chest.

Murder officers are hunting through forensic stories and scouring for CCTV as component of the investigation.

Detectives imagine the assaults ended up fully commited by the exact same suspect but they are not releasing a description of him.

It arrives soon after the Achieved arrested a 47-yr-aged person on suspicion of murder along with a 33-calendar year-aged male for the similar alleged offence.

Both equally were being afterwards produced devoid of more motion.

Police  were consdiering the attacks’ relation to a different stabbing on Sunday, January 17. Law enforcement explained they had been identified as to stories of a stabbing in Neasden Lane North at 9.50am. 

Officers and London Ambulance Assistance attended and the sufferer, considered to be in in his 30s, was taken to clinic for remedy to stab accidents. A police spokesman stated they have been awaiting experiences on his problem. Therer have been no arrests.

A spokesman mentioned: “At this early stage, officers retain an open up brain as to the motive for this incident but are informed of the proximity to two stabbings on 11 January. Detectives from the Met’s homicide team have been knowledgeable.”

In relation to the fatal stabbing of  Mr Avenue, Detective Main Inspector Tom Williams mentioned: “This is a murder investigation and I am doing work with a focused staff of detectives to get solutions for Leon’s grieving spouse and children.

“We are generating development and adhering to up a amount of lines of enquiry, and our investigation is acquiring genuinely practical assist from nearby people today in and close to Neasden.

“However, there are some others who may have facts that could help us.

“We might be in lockdown but there were continue to people today close to Neasden Lane North on Monday night who noticed or read some thing suspicious. I want these persons to occur ahead.

“In unique, I want to listen to from any individual who observed a gentleman working in the Neasden Lane North location amongst 9pm and 10pm, and without a doubt from any person who has seen a gentleman hanging all-around the location in recent months.”

He went on to say that the suspect is thought to dwell regionally.

Anybody with information is requested to contact law enforcement on 101 or to continue to be anonymous Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.