Police and paramedics attend scene of stabbing in central London

Police and paramedics attend scene of stabbing in central london

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Three people have been stabbed in central London in what is being treated as a suspected robbery. Police officers and London ambulance service paramedics attended the scene in Bishopsgate, near Liverpool Street station, on Thursday morning. Four people were treated at the scene. A spokesperson for the force said the incident was not terror-related

Three people stabbed in central London

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