Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed in Bletchley.
The victim, a man in his fifties, was walking from his car on Doon Way at around 8pm on Tuesday October 16 when he was approached by a man.
He spoke to the victim before stabbing him in the stomach and fleeing the scene.
The victim was taken to Milton Keynes General Hospital for treatment, but has now been discharged.
The attacker was a man dressed in a black hooded top and had a black covering over his face.
“This was a frightening ordeal for the victim, who required hospital treatment.
“Although we have made an arrest in connection with this incident, we are still appealing for information to locate the offender who attacked the victim."
Police have urged the public to work with them to stop the violence in Ipswich after a second stabbing in just nine days.
A man in his 20s was left with more than 10 knife wounds following an attack at 1am on Monday, June 11, in Pauline Street.
Four men, who were black and had their faces covered, got into the house and assaulted the man before fleeting down a back alley.
Supt Kerry Cutler said she believed it was a targeted attack and had no reason to link it with the killing of Tavis Spencer-Aitkens on June 2.
But she acknowledged a wider problem with violence both in Ipswich and nationally.
"This violence must stop and if we're to do that we need the community to come forward and tell us who is dealing drugs on our streets, who is carrying weapons.
"If we know their names before we see attacks such as we've seen overnight then we can target those individuals and ensure they are brought to justice before they have the opportunity to hurt someone."
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CCTV has been released to find two men police want to speak to over a stabbing in Abington Square in Northampton.
The 25-year-old needed surgery after he was stabbed in the stomach outside Steffans Jewellers around 9pm on Tuesday.
Police are appealing for witnesses.
A man's needed surgery after stabbing in Northampton.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack in Abington Square. It happened around 9 o'clock on Tuesday night. a 25 year old man was stabbed in the stomach after an argument with two other men. The attackers ran off along Wellingborough Road.
The attacker was in his early 20s, 5ft 7in tall and was wearing a light coloured hoodie and black trousers.
He was with a slightly taller man with short dark hair and wearing a black jumper and light joggers.
Four people have been arrested after a 20 year old man was stabbed on Stanstead Abbotts High Street.
Police were called to the scene just after two thirty yesterday afternoon. Three teenagers and a 53 year old man are being held in connection with the incident.
The man who was stabbed is still in hospital.
East Herts Chief Inspector Gerry McDonald said
This is an isolated and extremely unusual incident in East Herts and I’d like to reassure the community that we will work hard to identify and bring the offenders to justice. Four people have been arrested in connection with this incident. They remain in police custody at this time and significant enquires are on-going.
A 25 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a fatal stabbing in Cambridge on Friday night.
The victim has been named today as 27 year old James Cornwall from Lady Margaret Road in the city.
He died in hospital after the incident which happened in the Stretten Avenue area.
Two teenagers are in hospital after being stabbed in what police believe was a targeted attack.
The two youths, who are both 17, were attacked shortly after 9pm on Monday 3 October, in Whitland Close in Ipswich.
The first victim was approached in the street by two men who were wearing balaclavas, one of whom then stabbed him in upper back. He is in a stable condition in hospital.
The second victim intervened and suffered a cut to the back of his head and a serious hand injury which is described as potentially life-changing.
The suspect is described as 5ft 9in tall, dressed in black and wearing a balaclava.
"We are treating this as an isolated incident and do not believe there is any wider threat to the community."