Three people stabbed in London in suspected robbery near Liverpool Street station

Three people stabbed in london in suspected robbery near liverpool street station

Sky News published this video item, entitled “Three people stabbed in London in suspected robbery near Liverpool Street station” – below is their description.

Three people have been stabbed in a suspected robbery near Liverpool Street station in central London, police have said.

Police say the the victims were taken for treatment at a nearby hospital and officers have cordoned off the area, and that the situation is not believed to be terror-related.

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