Surrey Police have made three arrests as part of their ongoing investigation into a Redhill stabbing in March, and which was the subject of a witness appeal.
Officers responded to a call around 9.30pm on 10 March (2018) that a man had been stabbed in St Anne’s Way.
The man, in his 30s, wasn’t found at the scene, but was later identified and received treatment in hospital. At the time his condition was serious but non-life threatening, and he was later released from hospital.
Police said yesterday (3 April) that they had arrested a 17 year old boy from Redhill on suspicion of GBH, a 17 year old boy from Caterham on suspicion of GBH and theft, and a 21 year old man from Redhill on suspicion of GBH with intent. All three have since been released under investigation.
Surrey Police added: “We would like to thank the public for sharing our appeal at the time.”
Update! We asked for your help in a witness appeal after a stabbing in #Redhill on 10 March. Well, arrests have now been made. Thanks to all who shared! Read more here 👀 https://t.co/4qfz3ooP9I pic.twitter.com/Rol5ufhaG2
— Reigate Police (@ReigateBeat) 3 April 2018