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A young man has died and two others have been injured in a stabbing in north London.
Police were called to St Anns Road in Harrow at 7.15pm on Sunday where they found a man in his 20s suffering from stab injuries.
Sadly, the man did not survive his injuries and died at the scene despite efforts by emergency services.
A murder investigation is now underway with police asking the public to step forward with any information that might help in the investigation.
The Metropolitan Police shared details of the death and their investigation late on Sunday evening.
A statement from the force reads: "A murder investigation is underway following a stabbing in Harrow.
"Police were called at approximately 19:15hrs on Sunday, 13 December to reports of a stabbing in St Anns Road, Harrow.
"Officers and London Ambulance Service attended.
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"A man – believed aged in his 20s – was found suffering stab injuries; despite the efforts of the emergency services he was pronounced dead at the scene.
"Two further males – both believed aged in their late teens – also suffered stab injuries. They are both at hospital receiving treatment; condition awaits.
"Crime scenes remain in place in and around the St Anns Road and Station Road area.
"Enquiries into the circumstances continue."
The police also ask: "Anyone with information that could assist police at this early stage is asked to call 101 or tweet @MetCC and quote CAD6149/13Dec.
"Alternatively, contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111."
Police have been granted powers to stop and search anyone in the area – with the power, known as Section 60, set to be in place until Monday morning.
A statement from the police states: "A section 60 has been authorised for the whole of Harrow Borough – it will expire at 10:49hrs on Monday, 14 December."
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