Police and ambulance called to Stoke Bridge in Ipswich after receiving reports of injured man

Police and ambulance were called to the incident on Stoke Bridge today. PIcture: ADAM HOWLETT

Police and ambulance were called to the incident on Stoke Bridge today. PIcture: ADAM HOWLETT - Credit: Archant

Emergency services were called to Stoke Bridge in Ipswich today after a man was found walking around with an injury to his arm following an alleged assault.

Police were called to reports a man in his 30s had suffered an injury to his arm. Picture: ADAM HOWL

Police were called to reports a man in his 30s had suffered an injury to his arm. Picture: ADAM HOWLETT - Credit: Archant

Police received a call at around 2.45pm today, Monday, October 9, to reports of a man in his 30s with an arm injury walking along Wherstead Road towards Stoke Bridge.

An eye witness said two police cars, a police van, an ambulance and a rapid response vehicle were sent to the scene.

A spokeswoman for Suffolk police said: “A man in his 30s was reported walking along Wherstead Road with an injury.

“The injury was to his arm.

A police spokeswoman said officers were responding to reports a man was walking along Wherstead Road

A police spokeswoman said officers were responding to reports a man was walking along Wherstead Road with an injury. Picture: ADAM HOWLETT - Credit: Archant


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“Police were with him on Stoke Bridge at 3pm. The ambulance service were also at the scene at 3pm.”

Another police spokeswoman later said the man had reported that he had been assaulted.

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An ambulance service spokesman said: “We were called at 2.48pm to this patient.

“An ambulance officer and ambulance crew attended to a man who had suffered a minor injury.

“He was taken to hospital for further care.”

If you witnessed what happened or have any information that may assist police with their investigation, call Suffolk police on 101 quoting reference CAD220 of today.

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