A teenager killed after he was stabbed by a gang riding bikes has been identified.

The 19-year-old victim murdered on Vincent Road in Wood Green has now been named as Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck.

Police were called to Vincent Road, Wood Green, at 8.09pm last Friday (February 22) to reports of a group of people fighting.

Officers and the London Ambulance Service attended the scene.

Mr Gabbidon-Lynck and a second man, aged 20, were found both suffering from stab wounds.

They were treated by paramedics and then taken to hospital, but Mr Gabbidon-Lynck was pronounced dead shortly after 3am.

The condition of the 20-year-old male is no longer life threatening.

There have been no arrests but enquiries continue.

Officers will be conducting an anniversary appeal this Friday (March 1) between 7pm and 9pm in the Hollywood Green area.

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Stancombe of the Homicide and Major Crime Command said: "The investigation into Kamali Gabbidon-Lynck’s death is moving at a pace.

"We know that an attack at Hollywood Green began a chain of events that ultimately ended in murder. The two victims were chased to Vincent Road by males on pedal cycles and a 20-year-old male was stabbed and shot on the street.

"Kamali was chased into a hairdressers where he was cornered by the suspects and attacked, sustaining the knife wounds that would end his life.

"I know that there were a lot of people that witnessed at least part of this incident and I know that many of those people will be afraid to come forward and speak with police – I urge those people to make use of the anonymous services available to enable my officers to remove these violent criminals from the area where you live, work or socialise.

"Who are the males on the bikes? Do you know their names? Did you hear shots fired? Even more important, do you have footage of any stage of this tragic incident? If you do please share it with us by visiting ukpoliceimageappeal.com.

"Help us identify these suspects, for Kamali, for the second victim, and for the safety of your community."

Any witnesses or anyone with any information should call police on 101 quoting CAD 7309/22feb, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, tweet information to police at @MetCC or online at www.met.police.uk.

To pass on information anonymously online young people can also visit the youth website "Fearless" https://www.fearless.org/en/give-info.