A man has been arrested for possession of an offensive weapon after a victim suffered a cut in an Ealing laundrette on Wednesday (September 28).
Metropolitan Police were called to an altercation in St Mary's Road at 4.27pm. It has been confirmed the incident took place at Bubbles Laundrette.
Officers arrested a man for possession of an offensive weapon, described as "points and blades", after a male suffered a small cut to his hand.
He was taken to a north London police station.
The victim did not require hospital treatment and no other people were injured in the incident.
An employee from Bubbles Laundrette denied the altercation involved a stabbing, but said a fight had broken out.
Ealing Common councillor Jon Ball tweeted a picture of several police cars and an ambulance near the laundrette.
Mr Raynor, from Hammersmith according to his Facebook account, was pronounced dead in hospital at 11.45pm after paramedics and police had rushed to the scene in Baker House, Nightingale Road, at around 11pm.
Officers have charged his partner, Elizabeth Hart-Browne, with murder.