Police are appealing for witnesses to an attack which occurred on the Grange Estate in East Finchley, N2 at 10:30pm on Saturday, June 18.
Police attended the estate in response to calls of ten males attacking one other male, and information from London Ambulance Services indicated they were on scene treating a stabbing victim.
Upon arrival the victim was found on the junction of Leopold Road and High Road with numerous stab wounds to the buttock and kidney area.
It was then established that there was another victim of the same incident nearby who was found at St Pancras Court with a stab wound to the left leg and his buttock.
The victims were both taken to hospital:
-Victim 1 had eight stab wounds to his buttocks and back area and at first LAS thought that his liver may have been penetrated but it was later deemed not to be the case and he was deemed as not life threatening or changing.
-Victim 2 had a stab wound to his buttock and his left leg but neither of these were deemed as life threatening or life changing and has since been discharged from hospital.
Three persons were present together prior to the attack, however, only two sustained injuries.
Four male suspects aged 14(x1) and 15(x3) have been arrested and are currently in custody.
Police are still searching for the weapon and believe there may be more suspects involved in the attack.
DC Charlie Pulling, the officer in charge of the case said: “Due to the distressing nature of the attack, the details provided by the victims are not sufficient for us to identify further suspects at this moment, so we are appealing for any members of the public who know about the incident to come forward.
“If anyone knows any of the suspects or has seen the incident we would ask that they call police or CrimeStoppers immediately to help us find these violent youths.”
Anyone with information is asked to call police on 0300 123 1212 or CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference number 2414943/11.