Two men have been arrested after a 30-year-old man was stabbed in Folkestone in Kent.
The victim suffered knife wounds to his upper body during the assault which happened just after 6pm in Blackbull Road on Thursday evening.
Kent Police say it is not yet known whether the incident occurred inside a residential property or outside.
Detectives recovered a weapon near the scene. It is believed the three men are known to each other. A man aged 27 and another man aged 29 - both from Folkestone - are in police custody.
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