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Five teenagers arrested in connection with Heathrow Airport stabbing

A series of police search warrants in Feltham and West Drayton have lead to the arrests of four teenage boys and one girl

The Metropolitan Police have arrested five people in connection with a stabbing at a Heathrow Airport bus stop. (Image: Google)

Five teenagers have been arrested in connection with a stabbing at a Heathrow Airport bus stop.

Following the execution of a series of police search warrants in Feltham and West Drayton , four teenage boys, aged between 15 to 19, and one girl, 16, were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit robbery and grievous bodily harm.

The arrests were made in connection with the stabbing of a 20-year old male on June 16, at bus stop K in Hatton Road North.

A group of up to eight people, both men and women, are believed to have assaulted him just before midnight.

The victim was taken to hospital following the attack.

The five people have been taken to a west London police station, where they currently remain in police custody.

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