Four stabbed in Queens Road
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Police are appealing for information after four men were stabbed during a party on Queen’s Road, Leicester.
Police were called at approximately 00:50 on the 5th June to a large disturbance on the Queen’s Road. 20-30 people had spilled out on to the road from a party at a residential address.
Officers attended and established that four men (aged in their 20’s) had been stabbed and all were taken to the Leicester Royal Infirmary for treatment. None of their injuries were serious.
One man, aged 20, was arrested on suspicion of affray and remains in custody.
Detectives investigating the incident would like to hear from anyone who may have heard or seen anything at the time of the incident.
Detective Sergeant Stephen Douglas said:
‘Throughout the night officers spoke to a number of witnesses, however, in order to piece together exactly what happened we would like to speak to all of the people that did not come forward last night. We are grateful for the local communities co-operation so far but if you have not spoken to us I would urge you to ring 101 and tell us what you saw and heard as it would greatly assist us in this investigation.’