A teenager has been arrested after a man was stabbed to death in Harrow.

Robert Weston, 37, died after he was stabbed in Hamilton Crescent on Monday afternoon (February 26).

It is believed that the attack began inside a house but officers continue to investigate the circumstances around his death.

Police have now said they arrested a 19-year-old man on suspicion of his murder yesterday (February 27).

The man was taken to a north London police station where he remains at this time.

Although formal identification is yet to take place, Robert’s family have been informed of his death and continue to receive support from specially trained officers.

Police have now issued a renewed appeal for information in their investigation.

Detective Chief Inspector John Neil said: “Our enquiries remain ongoing, but I would like to confirm that at this point in our investigation we don’t believe there are any further outstanding suspects.”

He added: “At this time, I am interested to hear from anyone who was travelling in Hamilton Crescent or Kings Road around the time of the offence, and who may have dash cam footage to share.

“This would have been between the times of 1.45pm and 2.15pm on Monday February 26.

“Even if you didn’t see anything significant, your dash cam footage may tell a different story, so please do contact my team of detectives.”

Police have said that due to “prior contact”, a mandatory referral to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has been made.

Superintendent Matt Cray, who leads policing in Harrow, said: “This is a devastating incident and our thoughts are with Robert’s family and loved ones.

“We remain in the early stages of our investigation, however I am confident there is no wider risk to the community in Harrow.

“This will have a significant impact on how the community feels about their safety and there will be enhanced patrols in the area over the next few days to respond to any concerns people may have.

“The team of detectives who are investigating Robert’s death are working hard to establish what happened, and I would ask that anyone who has not yet come forward with information, which could help their enquiries, does so without delay.”

Anyone with information that could assist police is asked to contact them on 101, or on ‘X’ via @MetCC, quoting reference CAD3619/26Feb.

The public can also provide information anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.