Man Arrested After Knife Fight on Bollo Lane

Second stabbing in the area in just over a week


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There have been two incidents involving the use of knives in the Acton area in just over a week.

A man was taken to hospital with a hand injury after being involved in a knife fight that took place on Bollo Lane on Friday afternoon (4 February).

The man, who is in his twenties, was arrested on suspicion affray and police are seeking the other males who were involved in the altercation.

They were called to the scene at 3.36pm. A crime scene was in place but has since been closed.

Anyone who has information that could help, to call 101 quoting ref 4629/04FEB.

Previously on Sunday 27 January a 23-year-old man was taken to hospital after being stabbed just outside Acton Town tube station.

The incident occurred shortly before 9.55pm just off Gunnersbury Lane.

A spokesperson from the Metropolitan Police said: “At 9.55pm on Friday, 27 January police were called to reports of a stabbing in Central Parade off Gunnersbury Lane, W3.

“Officers attended with the London Ambulance Service. A 23-year-old man was found with stab wounds.

“He was taken to a west London hospital where his injuries were assessed as non-life changing. Enquiries are ongoing but at this early stage there are no arrests.

“Anyone with information should call 101, giving the reference 7512/28JAN.”

To remain 100% anonymous contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.



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February 9, 2022


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