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Passenger is stabbed to death on a train from Guilford to London

A passenger was stabbed to death on board a train from Guilford to London and the knifeman is currently on the run.

The victim, thought to be in his 50s, was stabbed once in the neck in front of horrified travellers this afternoon. He was travelling from Guildford to Waterloo. Passenger is stabbed to death on a train from Guilford to London

Witnesses say the murder happened after the two men began fighting. Both men exchanged punches before the man with the knife stabbed the other and he died at the scene despite desperate attempts by paramedics to save him.

The attacker is thought to have got off the train just one stop into the journey and fled into the surrounding Clandon area.Passenger is stabbed to death on a train from Guilford to London

No arrests have been made yet but police are now in the area, attempting to identify and trace the man responsible for the murder.Passenger is stabbed to death on a train from Guilford to London

Detective Superintendent Gary Richardson from British Transport Police, said:

This was a shocking and violent attack which took place on-board a train in broad daylight.Passenger is stabbed to death on a train from Guilford to London

Officers from BTP are with the family and have deployed a specially trained family liaison officer to support them through this difficult time.

We know that this was an incredibly frightening incident for passengers travelling on the train.

We believe that the suspect and victim boarded the train at London Road at 1.01pm and we would encourage who was on this train to come forward regardless of whether or not they think they can help our investigation.

We believe the suspect departed the train at Clandon station.

Passengers and members of the public can expect to see an increased presence by BTP and Surrey Police officers at Horsley and Clandon as our enquiries continue.

We would advise anyone in the local area who sees anyone they think maybe the suspect to contact 999 immediately.

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