Police were forced to deal with reports of stabbings, a mass brawl and a gathering of over 100 people in Richmond over the weekend, all in one night.

Three males in their 20s were treated by paramedics on Saturday night, June 20, after a mass brawl broke out on Hill Street, before officers were then forced to break up a group of over 100 people causing a disturbance on Richmond Green.

No arrests have been made, but Richmond Police said they wanted to address rumours and information circulating about the two incidents that night.

The Met Police said they were called to Hill Street at 10:30pm to reports of a mass brawl and a suspected stabbing.

Officers quickly identified three males, all in their 20s who had sustained injuries.

All three recieved medical attention from London Ambulance Service paramdeics at the scene, and their injuries have been deemed neither life-changing nor life-threatening.

A crime scene was put in place at the time, but this has since been close, although the investigation is still ongoing.

The Met stated that there was no evidence at this stage that anyone had been stabbed, and no arrests have been made.

Anyone who has information about this incident is asked to call 101 and quote CRIS 0706255/20.

Later that same evening (June 20), police were made aware of a gathering of over 100 people on Richmond Green.

The mass gathering were causing a disturbance and police were called at around 11pm to stop the antisocial behaviour.

By approximately midnight, police had dispered the groups without making any arrests or sustaining any injuries.

Residents are advised to report large gatherings and anti-social behaviour such as these to police.