Stab victim’s injuries are not life threatening

PUBLISHED: 06:40 15 January 2019 | UPDATED: 08:32 15 January 2019

Howe Road, Haverhill, where the stabbing took place Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

Howe Road, Haverhill, where the stabbing took place Picture: MICHAEL STEWARD

Michael Steward

A man who was found with multiple stab wounds to his body in Haverhill currently remains in hospital but his injuries are not believed to be life-changing or life-threatening.

A 36-year-old man was found in Howe Road in the town by police just before 11.50pm on Thursday, January 10.

A spokesman for Suffolk police said enquiries are ongoing and no arrests have yet been made in connection to the incident.

The victim was spotted in the Queen Street area of Haverhill town centre around 11.15pm before he was found and officers believe it was a targeted attack.

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The victim is described as 6ft tall, white, of a slim build with short black hair.

He was wearing a light-coloured jacket and dark trousers.

Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen the victim or witnessed an altercation to come forward.

Contact Suffolk police on 101, quoting incident reference 37/2030/19.

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