Camberwell Stabbing: Video Shows Aftermath Of Triple Knife Attack

2 August 2018, 16:58 | Updated: 2 August 2018, 17:18

Warning: This video contains upsetting footage.

LBC has obtained footage showing the aftermath of a triple stabbing in south London last night.

One man died and two others were injured in the attack which unfolded on Warham Street in Camberwell at 7:20pm.

Rapper Incognito, 23, whose real name is Siddique Kamara, was pronounced dead at the scene.

Video given to LBC shows members of the public rushing to help one of the other male victims who survived the ordeal.

Footage handed to LBC shows one of the victims lying on the floor
Footage handed to LBC shows one of the victims lying on the floor. Picture: LBC

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He was taken to hospital and treated for non life-threatening injuries.

Two other men, aged 18 and 19, have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are in custody.

The Met Police says locals can expect to see an increased police presence in the area.

Detective Superintendent Helen Lyons said: “This is an extremely troubling incident and I fully appreciate the concerns it will stoke in the immediate vicinity and the surrounding community.

“Residents can expect to see a significantly increased police presence in the area.

“Anyone with any concerns can approach one of these officers or contact their local neighbourhood team.”

Incognito was killed in the attack on Wednesday
Incognito was killed in the attack on Wednesday. Picture: @SK017_

Earlier this year, Incognito and another member of the drill rap group Moscow17 were cleared at the Old Bailey of murdering teenager Abdirahman Mohamed, a brother of a member of Zone 2.

Detective Chief Inspector Richard Leonard, who is leading the investigation, said: "Another young man has tragically and needlessly lost his life through an act of violence. "

"We are keeping an open mind about the positive motive for this attack, but at this early stage one line of enquiry is this being gang-related."