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Ipswich: Three men arrested in connection with Christchurch Park stabbings are released on bail

20:15 21 March 2014

Gates into Christchurch Park cordoned off this morning

Gates into Christchurch Park cordoned off this morning


Three men who were arrested in relation to a series of stabbings in Christchurch Park have been released on bail.


A 22-year-old man and two 17-year-old boys were arrested on suspicion of committing GBH after at least three people were stabbed last night.

They are due to return to police on May 16.

Police are continuing to ask for anyone with information in relation to the incident to come forward. Anyone who finds a discarded weapon which may be linked to the incidents is also asked to call police on 101, quoting CAD 394 of March 20.

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