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Police are hunting for a man after a baby boy and a woman were stabbed at a home in Feltham.

Officers were called to a home in Swinfield Close, on the Oriel Estate, at 7.12pm on Monday (June 4) to reports of concerns for the welfare of the occupants.

London Ambulance Service and London's Air Ambulance also attended.

At the scene a woman, aged in her 30s, and a one-year-old boy were found suffering stab injuries.

Both victims were taken to a west London hospital for treatment.

On Monday night police said the baby was in a critical condition and the woman's injuries were not life threatening.

A Met Police spokesman said enquiries are underway to trace a man who was known to reside at the address and added it is believed the parties involved were known to each other.

Residents reported seeing more than 20 police cars, London's Air Ambulance and a police helicopter near Hounslow Road on Monday night (June 4).

Police cars starting arriving on the estate at around 8pm, and an emergency response helicopter ambulance landed at Oriel Academy West London.

Speaking last one, one resident, who lives on the Hounslow borough estate, said: "We have been told by police to stay in and lock doors. The estate is taped off, and an armed response is present."

We will be bringing you all the latest updates - as soon as we get them - on this incident in our blog below:

Police confirm ages of baby and woman stabbed and provide condition updates

Police have provided more information on the woman and baby boy who were stabbed on Monday evening (June 4).

The woman is 32 and the baby boy is 11-months-old.

Both victims were taken to a west London hospital for treatment.

The baby remains in a critical condition and the the woman’s injures are not life-threatening.

Detectives from the West Area Safeguarding Team are investigating. A crime scene has been put in place on the Oriel estate and officers remain at the scene.

A police cordon outside the home where a woman and baby boy were stabbed on Swinfield Close, in Feltham
A police cordon outside the home where a woman and baby boy were stabbed on Swinfield Close, in Feltham

Police name and release photo of man wanted in connection with double stabbing

Police have named Rehan Khan as the man they want to find in connection with the stabbing of a baby boy and woman in Feltham.

Metropolitan Police have said he is known to the victims.

The 25-year-old is known to frequent the Hounslow and Isleworth areas, and has links to Newham, Slough and Hammersmith & Fulham.

Enquiries continue to establish whether he had been staying at the address in Swinfield Close.

Khan is sought on suspicion of attempted murder and a Met Police spokesperson said “the public are advised not to approach him”.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Hounslow Police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 6981/4June. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

For an immediate sighting of Khan please call 999.

Rehan Khan
Rehan Khan (Image: Met Police)

Latest pictures from the scene

Forensics are still on the scene at the Oriel estate on Tuesday afternoon (June 5) and a police cordon remains in place. A member of the forensics team was seen placing an evidence bag gathered from the scene into a nearby parked van.

Police officers are patrolling a cordon still in place in Swinfield Close.

Forensics gather evidence at the scene
Forensics gather evidence at the scene (Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)
Forensics at the scene in Swinfield Close on the Oriel estate
Forensics at the scene in Swinfield Close on the Oriel estate (Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)
(Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)
(Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)
(Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)
(Image: Darren Pepe/Get West London)

Video of police cordon at Oriel estate

'It’s horrible, you wouldn’t think something like this would happen so close'

Garry Fletcher, 63, of Swinfield Close, said: “I was working [on Monday night], but came in and saw all the tape [on Tuesday morning].

“It’s horrible, you wouldn’t think something like this would happen so close.”

A police officer outside the home where the stabbing is understood to have taken place
A police officer outside the home where the stabbing is understood to have taken place

'We’re scared to come out of our homes' - neighbours react to Feltham double stabbing

Residents living on the Oriel estate have shared their shock at the violence happening on their doorstep.

A Swinfield Close resident, who asked not to be named, said: “I was coming back from the shops and saw the police cars rush in and I wondered what was happening.

“My neighbour was outside and her husband was standing at the top of the road waiting there to guide the ambulance around.

“I didn’t know the people living there at all, but it is awful news.

“It’s horrible for this to happen right on your doorstep. We’re all scared to come out of our homes now.

“It’s just shocking, the boy is only a year old and I heard there was a lot of blood around. We’re all praying for them.”

You can read more reactions here.

Parts of the Oriel estate in Feltham remain taped off on Tuesday morning (June 5)
Parts of the Oriel estate in Feltham remain taped off on Tuesday morning (June 5)

Police still waiting on condition updates

A Met Police spokesman has told GetWestLondon they are yet to receive condition updates for the woman or baby boy.

Video and photos from the scene

Police have been seen coming in and out of the home where the double stabbing took place and blood is visible on the wall.

Photos and a video from the scene can be seen here.

Police cordon still in place

A police cordon remained in place on the Oriel Estate in Feltham on Tuesday morning (June 5)
A police cordon remained in place on the Oriel Estate in Feltham on Tuesday morning (June 5)

Morning update - latest information

Police are still hunting for the attacker who stabbed a woman and child at a home in Feltham.

A description of the man police are searching for has not been released but a Met Police spokesman said “enquiries are underway to trace a man who was known to reside at the address”.

Police are yet to give a condition update on the one-year-old boy and woman, in her 30s. Last night the baby boy was in a critical condition and the woman’s injuries were not life threatening.

Baby boy was stabbed

Police have just confirmed that the child who was stabbed was a one-year-old baby.

The Met Police have just released the following statement:

“Police have launched an investigation after two people were stabbed in Feltham.

Officers were called to a residential address at Swinfield Close at 7.12pm on Monday, June 4 to reports of concerns for the welfare of the occupants.

London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended.

At the scene a woman, aged in her 30s, and a one-year-old boy were found suffering stab injuries.

Both victims were taken to a west London hospital for treatment.

The boy remains in a critical condition.

The woman’s injures are not life threatening.

Enquiries are under way to trace a man who was known to reside at the address.

Work continues to establish the circumstances of the incident but at this early stage it is believed the parties involved were known to each other.

A crime scene has been established and officers remain at the scene.

Officers from Hounslow CID investigate.

There have been no arrests; enquiries continue.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Hounslow Police on 101 or tweet @MetCC quoting CAD 6981/4June. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

No description yet

Police are yet to release details of the suspect they are looking for.
Writing on Facebook, local resident Dawn Williams said: “They still haven’t caught him. Helicopter searching. When I asked the police for a description they refused to give me one. Go home lock your doors. Great could be anyone. No access to Swift Road.”

She added: “I was there when the air ambulance arrived. They told everyone to go in and lock your doors.”

Police confirm they are still looking for an 'attacker'

Police are still hunting for the perpetrator behind tonight’s attack on a mum and an infant.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said:

“We are looking for someone in relation to the incident and at this stage it doesn’t appear to be a stranger attack.”

Mum and infant taken to 'major trauma centre'

A London Ambulance Service spokeswoman said:

“We were called to reports of an incident in Hanworth. We sent an air ambulance and a number of other vehicles.

“We treated two people and took them to a major trauma centre as a priority.”

Air ambulance filmed leaving the scene of the double stabbing in Feltham

CONFIRMED: A woman and an infant received stab wounds

Metropolitan Police has confirmed it was called to a residential address at Swinfield Close at 7.12pm on Monday (June 4) to reported concerns for safety.

Officers and London Ambulance Service and London’s Air Ambulance attended.

A spokesperson said:

“At the scene a woman and an infant [no further details] had suffered stab wounds. Both victims were taken to a west London hospital where their conditions are serious but stable at this time.

“We await further updates. A crime scene has been established and officers remain at the scene. Hounslow Police investigate. No arrests. Enquiries continue.”

No police confirmation

It is being widely reported on social media that two people - a mother and a baby - have been stabbed.

At this stage this has not been confirmed by police.

We are awaiting an official police statement to confirm the exact nature of the incident.

As soon as we have it we will share it in this blog.

Oriel estate is on 'lockdown'

A resident who lives on the Oriel estate describes how the streets surrounding them were placed on ‘lockdown’.

They told getwestlondon:

“I live right where it happened. We have been told by police to stay in and lock doors as a man is still on the loose.

“The estate is taped off, and there is an armed response present.”

Huge police presence

There are unconfirmed reports online of as many as 50 police officers being at the scene.

Reports of cordoned off roads

As we await confirmation of what has happened there are reports of certain roads being cordoned off.

Where is this unfolding incident?

The school playing field where the helicopter has landed is on Hounslow Road, in Feltham.

The helicopter landed in Oriel Academy school playing field

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A helicopter has landed on the estate as police search the area.

These pictures have been sent to use from the scene.

An emergency helicopter landed in Oriel Academy
An emergency helicopter landed in Oriel Academy (Image: Kirsty Thornhill)
(Image: Charlie Louise)
(Image: Charlie Louise)
Police are searching the scene on the Oriel estate
Police are searching the scene on the Oriel estate (Image: Charlie Louise)