Two detained after stabbing near Ipswich Buttermarket shopping centre
- Credit: Gregg Brown
Two men have been detained after an alleged stabbing in Ipswich tonight.
Suffolk police were called to a disturbance in St Stephen’s Church Lane, near to the Buttermarket shopping centre in the town at around 10.45pm.
A police spokesman said the male victim had suffered injuries that were not thought to be life-threatening.
No further details about the men detained or the victim are available at this time.
Police have put up a cordon around the scene while investigations are carried out.
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In August, the Ipswich Star and EADT launched a campaign amid the growing tensions created by knife attacks, which have risen significantly in Suffolk over recent years.
Ipswich has seen the worst of the troubles but stabbings have been reported in towns across the region.
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The latest police figures show that in Suffolk the number of knife crimes reached a high of 239 last year – up from 162 two years ago. The crimes recorded included robberies, rapes, assaults and threats to kill.