Chingford News

Three men stabbed at South Chingford nightclub

Police were called to a ‘large fight’ at the Harbet Road club at around 3am on Monday morning

Three men, two aged in their 20s and one in his 40s – were taken to hospital with stab wounds following a “large fight” in a South Chingford nightclub early on Monday morning.

According to police, there were around 400 people at the Harbet Road club at the time of the incident, with officers being brought in to bring the crowd under control.


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The three men are understood to not have suffered “life-threatening” injuries.

The Metropolitan Police has launched an investigation but there have been no arrests thus far.

Harbet Road is home to a host of industrial warehouses, and large wholesale shopping outlets such as Costco. The Echo understands that the scene has been cordoned off by police while a forensic investigation and trawl of CCTV footage takes place.

Anyone with information or mobile phone footage of the incident has been asked to call the Met on 101 quoting reference CAD 654/08jul


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