Man discharged from hospital following Peterborough stabbing

Police at the scene
Police at the scene

A man seriously injured in a stabbing in Peterborough has been discharged from hospital.

The man, aged in his 20s, was injured in the incident in Southfields Avenue, Stanground, Peterborough at 9.15pm on Saturday night.

He was taken to Peterborough City Hospital, where he remained in a serious condition for a number of days.

A second man, also aged in his 20s, was also hurt, but was discharged from hospital shortly after the event.

Detectives have now released descriptions of three men they want to trace in connection with the incident.

The first is described as white, aged 27-30, tall (about six foot), short black hair, white shorts, yellow t-shirt, clean shaven but possibly with a thin moustache.

The second is white, tall (about six foot), short black hair, clean shaven and wearing a grey tracksuit.

The third man is described as being white, 27-30, shorter than the other two, shaved head, clean shaven, wearing a black jacket and trousers, possibly jeans.

The police spokesman said the stabbing was being treated as an isolated incident.

Anyone with information should contact DC Aaz Tourabi, at Thorpe Wood Police Station, on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111.