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Police issue statement after ‘large fight’ in Gedling

Nottinghamshire Police has issued an update after a cordon was placed in Gedling.

Detective Inspector Pam Dowson, of Nottinghamshire Police, said: “Officers were called to reports of a large fight on Main Road, Gedling at around 10pm yesterday (22 October).

“Having arrived swiftly at the scene, officers located a man who had sustained what is alleged to be stabbing related wounds. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening or life-altering.

“A scene remains in place while we gather further forensic evidence and work with any local businesses or residents who may have CCTV footage.

“Incidents that involve knives will be dealt with effectively, with our specialist knife-crime teams working hard to thwart the impacts of carrying knives and offensive bladed weapons across Nottinghamshire, tackling knife-crime is a top priority.

•  Police cordon in Gedling after overnight incident

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“If anyone has any information that could help the investigation should call 101 quoting incident 780 of 22 October.”

 

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