Streatham terrorist Sudesh Amman's last movements have been traced, just before the horror street attack during which he was shot dead.
Amman was killed by police on Streatham High Road, London, on Sunday afternoon after two people were stabbed in an incident believed to be related to Islamic terrorism.
ITV News obtained video footage which shows the known terrorist, 20, wearing a hat and coat and carrying a white bag while walking down Streatham High Road on Sunday.
Other pedestrians can be seen walking several metres in front or behind him, oblivious to the attack that was about to happen.
Amman was shot dead after grabbing the knife from a shop and attacking two bystanders in Streatham High Road, south London. A third person was injured by flying glass during the gunfire.
He had been jailed for possessing and distributing terrorist documents in December 2018, but was freed automatically halfway through his sentence less than a fortnight ago.
He had been under surveillance for 40 minutes before the attack but was dead within 60 seconds of the first stabbing.
One of victims screamed "he stabbed me" following the horrific attack.
Dramatic video following the incident showed emergency services descending on the high street.
It is thought that Amman nabbed a £3.99 knife from a shop before carrying out the attack.