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Police cordon off North London house to investigate ‘stabbing’

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The Metropolitan police have cordoned off a North London house to investigate reports of a stabbing.

Officers were alerted to a knife attack at a property on Holland Road, Brent, this morning (Monday, November 1).

At 6:11am they arrived at the location but found neither a victim or a suspect, a spokesperson from the Met said.

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Despite not finding anyone at the scene, the police still put up a crime scene and have said investigations are ongoing.

Two forensic officers are on the scene and a police car is parked outside the front of the house.

The entire road was closed off earlier in the day but is now open as normal.

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