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Police appeal after Gloucester stabbing

Police have made an appeal for information following a suspected stabbing in Gloucester led to a man being hospitalised.

At 4.15pm yesterday afternoon, officers were called to India Road after being alerted to reports of a stabbing and found a man in his 30s had suffered a wound to the abdomen area.

The man was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital for treatment but later taken to Southmead Hospital in Bristol where is said to be in a stable condition.

In a statement the force said: "Enquiries are ongoing to locate the offender who left the scene.

"One person who was arrested yesterday on suspicion of assisting an offender remains in police custody this morning.

"A section of India Road had been closed while police were at the scene yesterday evening and this has since been lifted.

"Any witnesses, or anyone with information about the incident who has not yet spoken to police, is asked to call Gloucestershire Constabulary on 101 quoting incident 293 of 9 June."

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