A man in his 20s remains in hospital after being stabbed outside a garage in Isleworth .

The victim is in stable condition after emergency services rushed to the scene shortly after 4pm on Saturday (September 1).

Metropolitan Police confirmed officers were called to a petrol station in Twickenham Road following reports of a stabbing.

"The man in his 20s was self presented to hospital and he is still his hospital in a stable condition," a spokesman told getwestlondon on Sunday morning (September 2).

Nearly half of all stabbing victims in Hounslow were kids aged between 10 and 19

The first day of the month marks the latest stabbing to happen in the west of the capital.

A man was rushed to hospital after suffering stab wounds during west London's Notting Hill Carnival on Monday (August 27).

The day before a knife fight broke out between several men in Harrow which resulted in two victims suffering stab wounds.

The violent brawl came just one week after a series of shootings in the borough which saw three separate incidents in Rayners Lane, Kingsbury and Southall - resulting in a total of five victims.

According to Metropolitan Police's latest statistics, serious crime has soared in the capital in the last year, with the murder rate up by 44% and youth murder, personal robbery and home burglary all up by about a third.

Figures also show a 23% increase in gun crime with discharges and a 21% rise in knife crime.