Kingston Oceana nightclub stabbing: Arrest after man dies

Jamie Sanderson Police said Jamie Sanderson was found stabbed

A man has been stabbed to death at a nightclub in south-west London.

Emergency services were called to Oceana nightclub in Clarence Street, Kingston, just before 03:30 BST on Thursday.

A man, 20, who police believe is Jamie Sanderson, from Southall, was found with stab wounds and died as he was being taken by ambulance to hospital.

A 22-year-old man has been arrested and is being held at a south London police station.

Scotland Yard said: "While formal identification awaits, we are confident the deceased is Jamie Sanderson, 20, from Southall."

Next of kin have been informed.

Metropolitan Police Acting Det Ch Insp Mark Lawson said: "I am appealing for anyone who was in the Oceana nightclub at around the time of this incident to come forward and speak to my team.

"This incident took place in the vicinity of the ground floor cloakroom toilets - if you were in that area of the club and saw the altercation, or the events leading up to this altercation, you may have vital evidence which could help this investigation."

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