London: Man Falls on Train Tracks After Being Stabbed in Head

British police say they are seeking a male suspected of stabbing another man in broad daylight at a train station in London, causing the victim to fall onto the tracks.

The incident unfolded at Waltham Cross railway station on September 6 but authorities just released information about the attack and images of the suspect this week.

"At 3.30pm on Monday 6 September, a man was sat on a bench on the platform when another man approached him and engaged in a short conversation. The man walked away, then returned pulling out a knife from his trousers," the British Transport Police explained in an appeal for more information.

"He attacked the victim with the knife, stabbing him multiple times on the platform before they both fell on to the tracks. He then got back on to the platform and walked away."

The victim sustained injuries to his head, ear, and shoulder and was rushed to hospital for treatment.

CCTV images of the suspect depict a black male who appears to be in his late teens or 20s carrying a bicycle.

‘Knife crime’ has become an increasingly serious problem in London in recent years, as Infowars Europe has regularly reported.

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(PHOTO: British Transport Police)

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