Police have given an update on a triple stabbing that happened on Monday (July 19) in Canary Wharf.
Three men were rushed to hospital when police were called just before 6pm to a disturbance in Pepper Street on the Isle of Dogs.
The three men were found with stab wounds and were attended to by three crews of the London Ambulance Service, including the London Air Ambulance, before being rushed to a major trauma centre.
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The conditions of the victims, whose ages have not yet been released, are not now thought to be life threatening.
Police say a crime scene has now been set up on Pepper Street and enquiries into what happened there on Monday evening are ongoing.
As of Tuesday (July 20) no arrests have been made in relation to the stabbings.
A Section 60 order put in place around Pepper Street by police to give officers increased stop and search powers in the aftermath of the incident has now been lifted.
Police are appealing for information from anyone who may have witnessed the incident or knows something about what happened.
The full police statement read: “Police were called at 5.47pm on Monday, 19 July to reports of a disturbance in Pepper Street.
“Officers attended along with London Ambulance Service. Three men were found with stab injuries and taken to hospital. Neither are thought to have suffered life-threatening injuries.
“A crime scene is in place and enquiries are ongoing. At this early stage of the investigation, there have been no arrests.”
Anyone with information about the incident that could help police is asked to call 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 6042/19Jul.
To remain anonymous you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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