Second appeal for witness to park stabbing

Second appeal for witness to park stabbing

Officers are appealing for a potential key witness to come forward after a man was  stabbed in Mannington Recreation Ground on Sunday 6 August 2017.

This re-appeal comes after their original one on 8 August 2017.

The victim was taken to Southmead Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

He has now been released from hospital and is recovering well.

Det Con Alan Mills said:  “We have information about a potential key witness who was in the park at 9.30pm – just before the victim was assaulted.

“This person was on a bike cycling towards the entrance/exit to Morris Street.

“My message to that person is: we would like to speak to you as soon as possible – please come forward.”

“We would also like to re-appeal to anyone who was on Paddington Drive and Morris Street around that time on that day to come forward.”

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