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CCTV images released after stabbings in Gedling

Detectives are seeking the public’s help after two men were found with stab wounds after reports of a brawl in a street.

Officers have now released images of four men they would like to speak with in connection with an affray in Main Road, Gedling, after receiving reports of around seven people fighting.

The incident which happened at around 10pm on 22 October 2021, left two men seeking hospital treatment after being stabbed during the altercation.

Both men received treatment in hospital for their injuries which are not thought to have been life-altering.

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Officers have now released images of four men they would like to speak to in connection with the incident as they believe they may be able to help them with their investigation.

A 30-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of affray in connection with the incident and has since been released on bail while detectives continue with their enquiries.

Detective Constable Sean Parker, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “This was a nasty incident in which a fight broke out between a group of people leading to two men being stabbed.

“Officers are treating this incident extremely seriously and are working hard to determine the facts of what happened and speak to those who may have any information.

“We are continuing to progress with our lines of enquiry including checking CCTV footage from the area.

“We would like to appeal to anyone who may recognise these men pictured to get in touch as soon as possible as any information that people may have could help us with our investigation and piece together exactly what happened.”

Anyone with any information should contact Nottinghamshire Police on 101, quoting incident number 780 of 22 October 2021, or alternatively call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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