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A man has been arrested after a 31-year-old was stabbed in Workington.
Cumbria Police were called on Friday afternoon to reports of an assault taking place inside a property at Firth View Walk.
Officers arrived and found a man who had suffered a suspected stab wound to the back. He was treated by paramedics at the scene and taken to Preston Hospital by air ambulance.
An 18-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of grievous bodily harm. He remains in police custody.
The injured man remains in hospital today. However, his injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
Nobody else is being sought in relation to this incident.
Anyone who has information about what happened who has yet to come forward is asked to call Cumbria Constabulary on 101 quoting incident number 168 of 24 March 2017.
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Police have used an automated robot to search a suspicious car near Workington Police Station.
A controlled explosion had earlier been carried out on the vehicle.
This video was sent in by local resident Martyn Benson, who was told he may have to evacuate.
A resident of the street on which bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion of a car outside Workington Police Station says officers then used an automated robot to search the suspicious vehicle.
Martyn Benson received a knock on his door by a police officer at around 7:20am this morning.
She said there was an incident in the police station and could we move away from the windows to the front room and there was a possibility of being evacuated so that's what we did.
About 10 minutes later there was a loud bang followed a couple of minutes later by another loud bang at the back.
Being a bit nosey we went to the window and saw the bomb disposal unit at the gates of the police station, and they were in the process of using an automated robot to make their way to a car.