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Victim of fatal street stabbing named as killer still on the loose

The victim of a fatal stabbing on Thursday night has been named as his killer remains at large with no arrests made.

The victim has been named locally as 36-year-old Tyrone Pinnock. His family have been informed and are being supported by specially trained officers. 

The Met said Mr Pinnock was attacked on a busy footbridge that crosses Harrow Road in Wembley, between 5pm and 7pm before he was found by a member of the public in Kensal Road, North Kensington, at around 6.40pm.

Detective Chief Inspector Neil Rawlinson, who is leading the investigation, said: “This happened in the early evening on a busy footbridge that crosses Harrow Road, Wembley.

“Several people have spoken to us already and I want to hear from anyone who saw the incident or has any information that could help our investigation.

“Were you travelling on Harrow Road between Bravington Road and Third Avenue between 5pm and 7pm? If so, we would like to hear from you and view any dash cam footage you may have.”

Tyrone Pinnock (Picture: The Met)

The Met said a police car was flagged down by a member of the public in Kensal Road, North Kensington, at around 6.40pm after a man in his 30s was found with stab injuries.

Officers carried out first aid, assisted by paramedics from London Ambulance Service who were called to the scene.

Despite the efforts of emergency services, Mr Pinnock died at the scene.

No arrests have been made.

A spokesman from the Met said: “Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call 101 quoting CAD 6212/19Oct. 

“To remain anonymous contact the independent charity Crimestopperson 0800 555 111.”

Pictured top: Tyrone Pinnock (Picture: The Met)

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