11 December 2019 10:35
Man seriously hurt in Norwich stabbing Photo: Dan Grimmer Archant A man is in hospital with serious injuries after being stabbed in Norwich. Share Email this article to a friend To send a link to this page you must be logged in. Police were called to Bluebell Road after reports that a man had been stabbed. Photo: Dan Grimmer Police were called to Bluebell Road after reports that a man had been stabbed. Police were called to Bluebell Road at just before 3am today to reports a man in his 20s had been stabbed.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the stabbing. Police have cordoned off two areas whilst initial enquiries are carried out. One of the areas which has been cordoned off is close to the junction of Bluebell Road with The Avenues. Blue and white police tape covers part of the road and pathway/cycle lane which runs besides the University of East Anglia student accommodation. People living nearby were shocked to learn there had been a stabbing so close to their homes.
Picture: Archant A man in his 20s has been stabbed in Norwich. Picture: Archant Officers were called just before 3am on 11 December to Bluebell Road, to reports that a man in his 20s had been stabbed. Investigation into serious assault in Norwich Police have launched an investigation following a serious assault in Norwich, in which a man was stabbed. Officers were called just before 3am this morning (Wednesday 11 December 2019) to Bluebell Road, to reports that a man in his 20s had been stabbed. The victim suffered serious injuries, and was taken to the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, where he remains. Three people have been arrested in connection with the incident. A male and female were taken to Wymondham Police Investigation Centre, and one male was taken to Aylsham Police Investigation Centre for questioning. Police have cordoned off two areas in Norwich whilst initial enquiries are carried out. Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Constabulary on 101, quoting CAD number 34 of 11 December 2019, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.