Detectives investigating the muder of a Peckham man are appealing for witnesses. Babafemi Junaid, also known as Femi, who was 22, died near Stockwell underground station. He was stabbed in the heart and police believe he then got into his car and drove away, before colliding with a bus.
It happened at around 5.40pm on Friday 7th February. Babafemi was taken to hospital but died later that evening. Police say his death may be related to a call they received about an altercation on a 155 bus nearby.
Anyone with information about this incident should call the Incident Room on 0208 721 4054 or, to remain anonymous, call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
The man stabbed in Stockwell has been named as Babafemi Junaid, also known as Femi. The 22 year old from Peckham was stabbed before getting into this car and crashing into a bus. He was taken to hospital but died later that evening. No arrests have been made at this stage.
Police have launched a murder investigation following a fatal stabbing near the Stockwell underground station. Police believe they know the identity of the deceased 22 year old man, but they are awaiting formal identification.
No arrests have been made at this stage, and police are appealing for any witnesses to come forward.
Detectives say they're trying to piece together what happened before a crash in Stockwell tonight. A man was found stabbed in a car that was involved in a collision with a bus. In a statement, a Metropolitan Police spokesperson said:
"There was a fight on a bus near Stockwell tube. Then a call came near the same location of a car in collision with a bus. A man aged about 30 who was in the car that was involved in the collision was found stabbed.
"The man who was stabbed has gone to hospital and is critical."