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Police release information about Teon Palmer murder suspects
Police investigating the murder of Teon Palmer have released further information about the suspects.
The 28-year-old victim from Lower Edmonton was stabbed in Montagu Road at the junction with Goodwin Road on Saturday, October 20.
Up to seven black men were seen leaving the scene after all four tyres of Mr Palmer’s blue Vauxhall Astra were slashed just moments before his death.
Police now believe up to four of the men were on bikes, with the others on foot.
The gang may also have been in the area up to an hour before the stabbing, which happened at approximately 11.10pm.
The men were wearing hooded tops or jackets.
Acting detective chief inspector Andy Yeats from the homicide and serious crime command said: "We need to hear from anyone who may have seen them and at any point before or after the car was damaged and Mr. Palmer was stabbed.
"If you have witnessed anything, no matter how insignificant it may seem, please contact my team - your information could prove vital to this investigation."
Officers returned to the murder scene between 10pm and 12am on Saturday to speak to passers-by in a bid to find new witnesses.
On Thursday, a 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder. He was bailed to return to a north London police station in early December.
A post-mortem found Mr Palmer died of a single stab wound to the chest.