Two men have been hospitalised in a serious condition after being stabbed in West Kensington.
The men, aged 37 and 26, are both understood to be in a serious but stable condition after the knife attack in Ivatt Place.
Metropolitan Police were called to reports of a fight in the road on Sunday (June 24) at 3.37pm.
Paramedics were also called and the two men were found with stab injuries. They were taken to a west London hospital where they remain.
The stabbing is being investigated by CID officers from Hammersmith & Fulham Police.
No arrests have been made at this stage and police are continuing to make enquiries.
A Harrow Police spokesman said: "Police and ambulance service called to Dudley Road, Harrow to reports of a male stabbed.
"Officers found a male, believed to be in his 40s, with a stab wound and soon after a second male, believed to be in his 40s, was found stabbed at an address in Wesley close.
"Both sustained minor injuries not life threatening."