A pile of cut-up clothes was reportedly left on the ground after a teenager was stabbed near Battersea.
The victim, believed to be an 18-year-old man, was knifed near the junction of Wandsworth Road and Thessaly Road this morning (Friday, May 12).
He has been taken to a hospital in east London and his condition is unknown.
Officers from Lambeth Police were called by the London Ambulance Service just before midday, a spokesman stated.
A witness told the Wandsworth Guardian they had seen an air ambulance lifting off from Larkhall Park and saw a pile of cut-up clothes on the ground near a shopping parade in Wandsworth Road.
The witness, who gave his name only as Jonathan, told the Wandsworth Guardian he saw an air ambulance take off from the park at about 1.05pm as he was walking to the shops.
He said: “The right of way and staff parking behind the Ladbrokes (on the corner of Thessaly road and Wandsworth Road) was taped off and there was a policewoman guarding it.
“Behind her there were about five detectives in stab vests.”
“I couldn’t see if there was any blood. I can only guess that the victim’s clothes had been cut off.”
Jonathan has lived in the area for about seven years. When asked if he personally felt unsafe, he added: “Not personally at risk, no. There are sporadic incidents from time to time, which are never good to hear about.”
Ricky Hall tweeted: “Another stabbing has just occurred in the Battersea area Thessaly Road SW8”.
@BBC_HaveYourSay another stabbing has just occurred in the Battersea area Thessaly Road SW8— Ricky Hall (@TheBongBoy) 12 May 2017
No arrests have been made and the Met's enquiries continue, a spokesman for the forece confirmed.
The Wandsworth Guardian has contacted London Air Ambulance and the London Ambulance Service for further comment.
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