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Stabbed Caerphilly man in 'stable condition'

A 61-year-old man stabbed in Caerphilly town centre yesterday evening is now in a stable condition, police report.

The incident happened on Cardiff Road in Caerphilly Credit: Google Image

Police were called to the incident on Cardiff Road at 5.45pm yesterday. Last night Gwent Police arrested a 43-year-old man on suspicion of attempted murder. He remains in custody and no further arrests have been made.

The alleged victim had life-threatening injuries when he was taken to University Hospital Wales in Cardiff. He remains in hospital today but in a more stable condition.

Anybody with information connected to yesterday's incident should call police on 101 quoting "log 359 of the 15th September".

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Police were called to the incident on Cardiff Road, Caerphilly at 5:45pm on Thursday.

A 61-year-old man was taken to the University Hospital of Wales.

A 43-year-old man has been arrested and is currently in police custody.

Police say they will make sure "appropriate action is taken".

An investigation is underway and we currently have officers in the area carrying out further enquiries and providing reassurance to the local community.

We are fully committed to establishing all the circumstances surrounding what happened this evening and ensuring that the appropriate action is taken against the individual responsible.

I would ask anyone with information relating to the incident to call 101 quoting log 359 of 15th September.

– Jason White, Local Inspector, Gwent Police

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