Greenwich stabbing: Man aged in his 30s dies near Greenwich station

A man in his 30s has been fatally stabbed overnight on Greenwich High Road near Greenwich station.

Police state they were called at 2:15am after reports of a man suffering stab injuries.

Police and paramedics arrived to discover the victim, where the man was transferred to hospital and died shortly after.

Greenwich station is closed

No arrests have yet been made and an appeal to the public has been made from police.

Greenwich station is currently closed to passengers.

Police cordons lie in front of the railway station incorporating the forecourt and Belushi’s alongside the underpass beneath the station that acts as an entrance to DLR platforms.

Witnesses or anyone with information are asked to call 101, ref 824/01may. To remain anonymous, people can contact Crimestoppers.





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    6 thoughts on “Greenwich stabbing: Man aged in his 30s dies near Greenwich station

    • Knife related crime just continues to get worse and worse in London. Another family has lost a love one and for what? We need more stop and search and section 60’s put in place.

      Sentences need urgent reviewing in the UK.

    • So terribly sad. My thoughts are with the victims family friends colleagues and the pubs Management and staff at this very difficult time.

    • Sadly some people go out with the sole aim of causing just like football hooligans. We need to bring back National Service for 18 to 30 years old.

    • How much more crime must occur before something drastic is done about! London is becoming like New York during the 70s & 80s

    • @ N I could not agree with you more. The current Police and Crime Commissioner For London needs to make this a priority.


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