A woman in her 20s has been arrested over a double stabbing in Leiston on Friday night (April 17).
A man was stabbed in his upper body in Farrow Close, while a teenager also received similar injuries at the nearby Harling Way playing field.
Both people were taken to hospital, but their injuries aren't thought to be life-threatening.
Now, a 27-year-old woman from Leiston has been arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit GBH.
She has since been released on bail.
Police are still carrying out high visibility patrols in the area.
Police investigating the circumstances surrounding the stabbing of a man and a teenager in Leiston last night say that the victims may have known the people that attacked them.
Officers were sent to Farrow Close last night after they were told that a 26-year-old man had been stabbed in the upper body.
At around the same time, they were called to a 16-year-old boy with similar injuries at the nearby Harling Way playing field.
The victims were both taken to hospital, but their injuries aren't thought to be life-threatening.
Police say that they will be carrying out high visibility patrols in the local area across the weekend.
A man and a teenager have been stabbed in the Suffolk town of Leiston in what police believe were connected incidents.
Officers were sent to Farrow Close last night (April 17) after they were told that a 26-year-old man had been stabbed in his upper body.
They were then simultaneously made aware that a 16-year-old boy had received similar injuries at the nearby Harling Way playing field.
Both victims were taken to hospital.
The Police Helicopter was deployed to search the area, but so far no one has been arrested.
A man who went missing in the Leiston area of Suffolk has been found.
Officers received a call around 1.10pm saying Brian Nunn was safe.
A new emergency alert system is being trialled in Suffolk just a mile from a nuclear power station
Leiston is one of three places in the country testing the new text alert scheme.
In the event of an emergency, messages would be sent to all mobile phones in the area but there are concerns that it could exclude many people in the community.
Kate Prout reports.