Be alert, sounds the message from the british police to residents in the north of London, after that four random people have been stabbed in the course of the weekend.
the Police suspect that there are talking about the same perpetrator, but the victims are random.
Why have the police on Saturday launched a manhunt, as the perpetrator is still at large.
This writes The Telegraph.
The alleged perpetrator is described as african in appearance, with 1.90 m tall and thin of building, dressed in black clothes.
the First victim was a 45-year-old woman, as of Saturday around at 19, was stabbed in the back on the Aberdeen Road. The woman is hospitalized in critical condition.
Four hours later a man was stabbed in Park Avenue just a few miles from the first crime scene. The man is still hospitalized, but outside of danger.
the Third attack happened shortly before at four o'clock on Sunday morning. Here the police received a complaint from a 23-year-old man who had been stabbed in Seven Sisters Station, about three kilometers from the park. The 23-year-old man is admitted to the hospital in critical condition.
The most recent attack happened approximately at ten o'clock at Sunday morning at Bettenham Road, where a man was also stabbed. He is still hospitalized in critical condition.
Police handling the four incidents as potentially linked. The four victims all have different backgrounds and seem to have been selected randomly for the sole reason that they were alone and vulnerable, says Stuart Smillie, the chief inspector, to the newspaper.
A man Sunday morning has been arrested, but it is not yet known whether he is the alleged perpetrator.
the Police stresses that there is no evidence that the incidents should have a connection to terrorism.
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