Boy, three, woman in her 30s and man in his 40s die in London house

Bodies of boy, three, and woman in her 30s are discovered in west London house alongside man in his 40s who died of serious stab wounds

  • Man was found suffering stab wounds and was pronounced dead at the home 
  • PCs found bodies after forcing entry to property on Clayponds Lane, Brentford
  • Scotland Yard said it was responding to concerns about the occupants welfare

A three-year-old boy, a woman in her 30s and a man in his 40s have died at an address in west London.  

The man was found suffering stab wounds and paramedics were called but he was pronounced dead at the scene on Clayponds Lane, Brentford. 

Officers found the bodies after forcing entry into the residential property at 12.50am last night. 

Scotland Yard said this afternoon it was responding to concerns about ‘the welfare of the occupants’. 

The man was found suffering stab wounds and was pronounced dead at the home on Clayponds Lane

Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths, and the force believes the three people were known to each other.

Detectives from the Specialist Crime Command are investigating and a post-mortem examinations will be scheduled for all three people in due course.

The average house value on the road is £440,000 and it is located near Kew Bridge train station as well as the new Brentford FC stadium. 

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