Camberwell stabbing: Victim named as Charlotte Huggins
A woman stabbed to death in south London on New Year's Day has been named by police as Charlotte Huggins.
The 33-year-old mother of one was found at a home on John Ruskin Street, Camberwell, at 04:20 GMT and died shortly afterwards.
A post-mortem examination gave her cause of death as a single stab wound.
A 34-year-old man initially arrested on suspicion of attempted murder has been released on bail until mid-January, the Metropolitan Police said.
It is thought the victim and the suspect knew each other, according to the force.
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Ms Huggins was the first person to be killed in London in 2019.
In a separate attack an hour later in Westminster, a man was also fatally stabbed outside a private party in Park Lane.
Another two men, aged 37 and 29, and a 29-year-old woman were also stabbed.