Killer knifeman on the loose in Brentford: Police launch urgent search after man in his 20s stabbed to death and woman in her 80s left fighting for her life in ‘random attack’

  • Two people were stabbed to death by police in Albany Parade Brentford London
  • According to police, the victim was a young man in his twenties who died from injuries sustained during the stabbing.
  • In her 80’s, a woman is admitted to hospital with severe stab wounds.
  • Met Police claim there’s nothing to indicate that the incident was linked to terrorist activity 

After being stabbed to death in West London, a man died. A woman in her 80s fights for her life tonight.

This man was believed to have been in his 20s and was declared dead on the spot of the double stabbing at Albany Parade in Brentford.

The woman was in her eighties and had suffered from stab injuries.

Officers say her condition is critical. The double stabbing is being investigated by police.

The claim is that there is “nothing to indicate” the incident could be linked to terror.

According to police, no arrests were made. Investigations are continuing. Police have yet to identify the male victim.

The man, believed to be in his twenties, was pronounced dead at the scene of the double stabbing in Albany Parade, Brentford (pictured), this evening

At the time of the double stabbing attack in Albany Parade Brentford, the man in question, who was thought to be in his twenties (pictured), was declared dead.

Met Police spokesperson said tonight in a statement: “An After two victims were stabbed to death in Albany Parade (Brentford) on Friday, 12/11/11, an investigation was launched.

“One man was declared dead on the spot, thought to have been around twenty years old.

“Enquiries are continuing to establish his identity. As such, his family have yet not been informed. An examination post-mortem will be conducted in the future. 

“A female in her 80s was admitted to the hospital with stab wounds. It is thought that her condition may be critically grave. 

“Enquiries are continuing to establish the circumstances. Nothing suggests that the incident may be linked to terror at this point. No arrest has taken place.

Call 101, ref 6423/12nov. if you have any information or witnesses.