Detectives investigating a stabbing in Hitchin want to trace this man.
It took place at about 2am on Saturday October 22 at Bunyan Road, close to the junction with Fishponds Road.
One man suffered a serious stab wound during a fight between two men, aged in their late 30s.
He remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital. The second man ran off.
Police believe 32-year-old Richard Campbell, from Downderry Road in Bromley, may be able to help them with their enquiries. He is thought to regularly visit Stevenage and Hitchin.
Police have launched an investigation after a man was stabbed in Hitchin in the early hours of this morning.
The victim, who is in his 30s, was attacked in the Fishponds Road area around 2am.
He suffered stabbed wounds and is currently in hospital in a critical, but stable condition.
No arrests have been made and part of the road has been cordoned off while police search for the offender(s).
Officers are working hard to establish exactly what has happened in the early hours of this morning and enquiries are on-going to locate the offender(s).
Fishponds Road has been cordoned off and we are urging members of the public to avoid the area.
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The body of a man who went missing on New Year’s Day has been found.
Leonard Scott, 64, from Hitchin, was reported missing after his car was found in the car park of a pub in Great Barford on New Year’s Day.
A body was recovered from the river in St Ives on Monday 14 March and has been formally identified as Leonard Scott.
The family of Mr Scott have been informed, and police are now liaising with the coroner.
Firefighters in Hertfordshire have confirmed a person was found dead inside a house destroyed by fire at the weekend.
A family of four from a neighbouring property escaped the blaze at Offley near Hitchin in Hertfordshire.
Fire crews were still damping down more than 36 hours after the fire started on Sunday morning.
The cause is not yet known.
Firefighters believe one person has been killed in a blaze in Hertfordshire.
Crews were called to Hole's Farm Cottages at Offley, near Hitchin, at about 6.15am on Sunday.
The fire service said it was "investigating the possibility of a fatality" in the house where the blaze started.
It spread to an adjoining property where a family of four lived. They were all uninjured.
A spokesman for Hertfordshire Fire Service urged people to check their smoke alarms and make sure they had an escape plan for their home.
A family of four have been left homeless today after a fire ripped through two houses in Hertfordshire.
Crews will remain on the scene of the blaze at Hole's Farm, Offley, near Hitchin, for much of the day.
It began in one of the cottages just before 6.15am and quickly spread to the adjoining property.
The roofs of both homes have been destroyed.
The family were checked over by an ambulance crew at the scene but did not require treatment.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal crash near Hitchin in the early hours of this morning.
The collision occurred at around 3am on Preston Road, Gosmore. Just one car was involved, a blue Peugeot 106, which overturned.
Emergency Services attended but an occupant was pronounced dead at the scene.
Anyone with information should call PC Shona Gillen or Sergeant Richard Barker via the Herts Police non-emergency number 101.