Six people - aged between 16 and 28 - have been arrested over two stabbings in Newmarket earlier this week.
Police were called to Green Road at 12.15am on Tuesday, August 22, to reports of two assaults.
A teenage boy had been stabbed once in the back while a man in his 20s had a head injury and slash wounds to his back and leg.
They were taken to hospital for treatment but have since been discharged.
Three people - a 28-year-old man and two women aged 25 and 28 - were arrested after police attended a house at Bill Rickaby Drive.
A further three people from London - a 16-year-old boy and two men aged 20 and 23 - were arrested.
They are suspected of a variety of offences including conspiracy to commit grievous bodily harm, being involved in the supply of a controlled drug, and possession of an offensive weapon.