Victoria stabbings: Police release CCTV images of two teenagers wanted in connection with attack of 15-year-old boys after mass brawl

Jonathan Mitchell

Police have released CCTV images of two teenagers they are hunting in connection with the stabbing of two 15-year-old boys following a mass brawl outside Victoria station.

Two teenagers were rushed to hospital with stab wounds after the knife attack at about 4.15pm in Gillingham Row on Tuesday, March 7.

It is believed the boys were stabbed following a fight involving seven to 10 people, a Met spokesman said.

Officers from the Met and London Ambulance Service attended and found the youngsters, one of whom was suffering stab wounds to his leg and the other victim stab injuries to his arm.

Police would like to speak to two men in connection with the stabbing (Met Police)

Both have since been discharged from hospital.

Photos taken at the scene showed a swarm of emergency services in the area and bloodied clothing strewn across the floor.

A Met spokesman said: “Police were called at around 16:15hrs on Tuesday, 7 March, to Gilligham Row, SW1V following reports of a stabbing.

“At this early stage, it appears that there was an altercation involving around seven to ten young people in the area of Wilton Road.”

Police today released images of two men wanted for questioning.

The first is described as a black male, believed to be in his late teens, wearing a black Nike gilet and a grey hoodie.

The second is an Asian male, aged in his late teens, wearing a black padded jacket.

A 43-year-old man, who asked not to be named, told the Standard afterwards: "I came out of the station and things were calm inside but there were some youths being held by Met police outside and an increasing number of police cars were arriving.

“Police at that other scene had cordoned off an alley and seemed to be searching for evidence or someone.”

Anyone with information should call Westminster CID on 0207 321 8260.

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