Three Women Stabbed In Milton Keynes

5 April 2011, 17:37 | Updated: 6 April 2011, 15:51

A 19-year-old man has been arrested after three women were stabbed in Milton Keynes, within 12 hours of each other.

All three attacks happened in the New City on Monday 4th April.

The first victim - a 47-year-old - was walking over the bridge at Wandsworth Place in Bradwell Common near the YMCA at around 2.15am, when she was stabbed in the leg by a man.

The second incident happened at around 8.45 that morning, under a subway on Saxon Gate East near MK Town Centre. A 41-year-old woman was stabbed in the leg by a man as she walked to work near the job centre.

Both women received cuts on their leg and needed hospital treatment.

The final stabbing happened in Cleavers Avenue in Conniburrow at around 1.45 in the afternoon. A 58-year-old was cycling towards the city centre when she was stabbed in the arm. She received minor injuries.

A 19-year-old man was arrested by Thames Valley Police last night (5th April) on suspicion of GBH and is currently being questioned by officers in police custody.