An investigation has been launched by British Transport Police (BTP) after a man was stabbed at Queensbury Underground station.
Following the attack on Wednesday (February 8) afternoon, the 26-year-old victim who suffered stab wounds has since been discharged from hospital.
Members of the public reported a fight broke out on the staircase at the Jubilee line station.
According to police inquiries, the victim was walking towards the platform with friends when he was assaulted by a group of four men.
Detectives are making extensive inquiries to find out what happened and are appealing for witnesses who may have seen a group of men running away from the station shortly before 1pm.
Investigating officer Detective Sergeant Dean Percival, said: “What we know is that as the victim was walking towards the platform with his friends when he was subjected to an assault by up four men.
"Thankfully, the victim’s injuries were not serious and he has been discharged.
“I am very keen to hear from anyone who was in the station at the time or who witnessed a group of men running away from Queensbury station just before 1pm.
"Please get in touch as your information could be vital to our investigation.
"We will use all available evidence to find those responsible and bring them before the courts.”
Police were called to reports of a fight at the station at 12.45pm.
Officers attended alongside paramedics from the London Ambulance Service who treated for stab wounds before he was taken to hospital.
The station was closed for around five hours whilst specialist officers gathered any forensic evidence.
No arrests have been made and police enquiries continue.
Anyone with any information can text BTP on 61016 or call 0800 40 50 40 quoting reference 261 of 08/02/2017.
Alternatively to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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