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Huntingdon Assaults: Third Man Charged
A 17 year old man has been charged in connection with two stabbings and an assault in Huntingdon on Saturday night.
The first attack happened on Saturday (11th February) at 9.20pm when a 17-year-old man was assaulted by four men at the Acorn Centre. The man suffered head injuries but did not receive medical treatment.
Officers were alerted to the second attack on Sunday (12th February) at 1.05am when ambulance reported an injured man in Sallowbush Road. The 19-year-old man was taken to Papworth Hospital with serious injuries and remains in hospital in stable condition. The victim received one stab wound during the assault.
Police were called to the third attack on Sunday (12th February) at 3.35am after the ambulance service were called to an injured man in Nene Road. The 23-year-old victim had been assaulted and received several stab wounds. He was taken to Hinchingbrooke Hospital with serious injuries and remains there in a stable condition.
A 19 and 22 year old man have already been charged in connection with the assaults, four other men have been bailed until 30th March .
Listen to the Heart Cambridgeshire news bulletins for further updates.
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