Police are continuing to appeal for witnesses after a man was stabbed in Carlisle.
Paramedics and police were called to an address on Raffles Avenue shortly after 4am on 1 January.
A 23-year-old man was treated at the scene for his injuries before being taken to the Cumberland infirmary.
He was then transferred to the Freeman Hospital Newcastle for further surgery, where his condition is now described as ‘stable’.
Seven men from Carlisle, aged between 19 and 59, and one man from Wigton aged 24, were arrested on the day.
Seven of the men have been released on police bail until 12 February, while the police investigation continues.
A 59-year-old man, from Carlisle, has been released with no further action.
“We are keen to speak to anyone who was at the party, or who may have any relevant information, to come forward and speak to us in confidence.
“Crimes like this are thankfully rare in Cumbria, and this was an isolated incident. We take incidents like this extremely seriously, and do not tolerate any physical violence in our communities.
“We have extra patrols in the area, and if anyone has any concerns I encourage them to speak to an officer.”
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