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Southall stabbing: Two men remain on the loose a day after man receives 'six-inch slash' to chest

A man received a "six-inch" slash across the chest following a stabbing on Sunday (June 4)

Police said they were called to Southall Park(Image: Google Maps)

Two men remain on the loose after a man was stabbed in Southall .

Metropolitan Police said it was called to a park, named by local officers as Southall Park next to Uxbridge Road, on Sunday (June 4) at 11.50am to reports a man had been stabbed.

Officers arrived and discovered a man who had received a "superficial slash wound" to his chest, following an altercation with two other men.

Acton Central Police said the victim received a "six-inch slash" across his chest.

Police confirmed on Monday (June 5) there have been no arrests so far in the search for the two men involved in the altercation.

The victim was assessed by London Ambulance Service (LAS) and did not need to go to hospital.

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