A murder inquiry is under way after a man was stabbed to death following a row at a greengrocers in south London, police have said.
A forensic examination is being carried out at the stabbing scene
Officers were called to Atlantic Road, Brixton, at 1940 GMT on Saturday after reports that three men had been stabbed in a market place.
One man, believed to be in his mid-20s, died at the scene and two others were treated in hospital for face injuries.
It followed a row involving a group of men at a store shortly beforehand.
Police had little details of the suspects or victims, but said the row involved a group of black men and others of Middle Eastern appearance.
Atlantic Road and Popes Road were closed while a forensic examination was carried out.
Officers appealed for anyone who saw the incident, or a group of men running away from the area, to come forward.