Police confirm Wisbech assault was not a stabbing
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A person was taken to hospital following an assault in Wisbech town centre on Saturday night - and police have confirmed there was not a stabbing.
Officers responded to reports of an assault outside NatWest Bank on the Market Place at around 7:45pm on September 5.
A spokesperson from Fenland Police said: “The area was closed off while officers carried out an investigation. East of England Ambulance Service attended the scene and a person with minor injuries was taken to PCH [Peterborough City Hospital].
“We can confirm there has been NO stabbing incident and the area around the bank was opened a short time later.”
Police enquiries are ongoing.
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Anyone who saw anything suspicious around the Market Place or in Little Church Street are asked to contact police on 101.
The incident number is 428 of 05.09.2020.
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