Detectives are still searching for the driver of a van with blacked-out windows that dumped a stabbing victim at Aintree Hospital.
The 21-year-old had wounds to his side and hand. He's now in a stable condition. Officers say the vehicle was "light coloured".
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Glamour will be centre stage at the Aintree racecourse today for Ladies Day.
Up to 50 thousand racegoers are expected on day two of the Grand National festival.
There's also the chance to win a £43,000 car in the Style Award.
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Police are issuing advice to racegoers about avoiding anti-social behaviour and pickpockets ahead of this year's Grand National.
The three day Aintree festival gets underway today and is expected to attract 150- thousand people.
Racegoers should expect to undergo a series of security checks, including bag and transport searches and badge checks.
Police Commander, Superintendent Dave Charnock, said: "Aintree is always a fantastic occasion which attracts visitors from across the world and I am confident this year's festival will be no exception.
"We want people to have a safe and enjoyable time and make sure their day at the races is memorable for all the right reasons."
Caroline Whitmore's been at Ladies' Day at Aintree.
She found some racey outfits and some punters who hadn't a clue where the racecourse was!