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Thetford stabbing: A134 Bury Road incident investigations leads to arrest in Cambridge as inquiries continue





Another arrest has been made as investigations into the stabbing of a man in Thetford continue.

SuffolkNews reported yesterday that a search was under way by Norfolk Police to find two other people it believed to be involved in the incident, which was in Bury Road at 11.48am on Sunday.

Inquiries led to an address in Cambridge last night, where a woman in her 30s was arrested on suspicion of assisting an offender.

Norfolk Police made an arrest in Cambridge last night in connection with the Bury Road, Thetford, stabbing on Sunday, which left a man in a critical condition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Picture: Google Maps / iStock
Norfolk Police made an arrest in Cambridge last night in connection with the Bury Road, Thetford, stabbing on Sunday, which left a man in a critical condition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital. Picture: Google Maps / iStock

She was taken to Bury St Edmunds Police Investigation Centre for questioning, where she remains.

The victim, a man in his 30s, suffered multiple stab wounds in the attack, and remains in a critical condition at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.

Three people arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit murder on Sunday, a woman in her 40s, a woman in her 20s and a man in his 40s, have been released on police bail until May 7.

Two males who police believe were involved in the incident remain outstanding and multiple police resources are being deployed to locate them.

House-to-house inquiries in the area continue, with officers delivering leaflets to homes encouraging them to contact the force through its Major Investigation Public Portal (MIPP) with any information that could help the investigation.

Detectives believe those involved were known to each other. Bury Road was closed for a time after the incident but has since reopened.

A seal remains in place at a property in Amulet Close while investigations continue.

Anyone with information should contact Norfolk Police via the MIPP or on 101, quoting crime reference number 36/16451/24.