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UK News Four teenagers in custody after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

20:25  22 november  2020
20:25  22 november  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Cops at the scene in Cardiff after sealing off parts of the cityCredit: Matthew Horwood. Two people have been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and remain in custody . Police were called to a major incident in Cardiff city centre this evening.

A 17-year-old boy is in hospital after a stabbing on the Ael Y Bryn estate in Llanedeyrn in Cardiff . South Wales Police says his injuries are not life Detectives are investigating the circumstances of the incident and are carrying out extensive enquiries in the area to identify and arrest those responsible.

Four teenagers remain in custody while police have been granted special dispersal powers after a suspected stabbing attack in Cardiff city centre in which six people were injured.

a close up of a toy truck: Six people were injured in a ‘large disturbance’ in Cardiff city centre (Ben Birchall/PA) © Ben Birchall Six people were injured in a ‘large disturbance’ in Cardiff city centre (Ben Birchall/PA)

Three people who suffered stab wounds remain at the University Hospital of Wales in the city while another who suffered serious head injuries is at Llandough Hospital in Penarth.

Two people who suffered other injuries have been discharged.

South Wales Police said four youths, aged 16 and 17, remain in custody after being arrested on suspicion of violent disorder following a “large disturbance” in Queen Street at about 9.50pm on Saturday.

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Police have launched a murder probe following the alleged knife attack and also appealed to students who may have been witness to the incident in Cathays, Cardiff . Two men, aged 18 and 19, both from Cardiff , have been arrested in connection with the incident and are currently in police custody .

They were remanded in custody to appear at Cardiff Crown Court on Monday. Aseel Arar, 34, from Selly Oak, Birmingham, also appeared before magistrates charged with assisting an offender. She has also been remanded in custody to appear at the crown court on Monday.

On Sunday, the force said officers have been given section 35 dispersal order powers to direct people or groups to leave the city centre for 24 hours “if their behaviour has, or is likely to contribute to disorder or cause harassment, alarm or distress to members of the public”.

Detective Superintendent Esyr Jones said: “We want our local communities to be reassured that we are doing all we can to identify all those involved in Saturday’s wholly unacceptable violence and that the city centre remains a safe place to visit.

“These powers will enable officers to stop anyone they suspect is behaving in an antisocial manner, or who is visiting the area to cause any trouble, and direct them to leave.

“Patrols have been stepped up in the area and a dedicated team continues to investigate Saturday’s incident.”

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Three people have been stabbed and three others are being treated in hospital after a 'large disturbance' in Cardiff city centre . Two people have been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and are in custody in Cardiff Bay. One victim is in a serious condition with head injuries and three

Increased police powers to stop and search that were issued after two men were stabbed in Cardiff in 24 hours have been extended. image captionLoudoun Square is on Bute Street, a main road between Cardiff city centre and Cardiff Bay. "The overwhelming public support we've received in

Earlier on Sunday, DS Jones said: “This was a violent and completely unacceptable incident, which has understandably caused alarm within the local community.

“A team of 20 detectives are currently investigating the incident, trawling through vast amounts of CCTV and speaking to a number of witnesses, and I want to reassure the public that we will be relentless in identifying and arresting all those involved.

“This appears to have been an isolated incident involving local youths, all of whom can expect to find officers knocking at their doors as inquiries progress.

“We work closely with a wide range of partners to ensure that incidents of this nature are rare and the public should be assured that Cardiff remains a safe place in which to live, work and visit.”

DS Jones added: “We are continuing to appeal to anyone who witnessed the incident or who has information which could assist the investigation to come forward.

“In particular, I’d urge any parent who suspects their child was involved in any way to come forward.

“Tackling knife crime is the responsibility of us all and any parents who have suspicions about their children being involved are not protecting them by remaining quiet.”

A Taser was also used to detain one man who police said had obstructed officers responding to the incident.

He is not believed to have been involved in the disorder.

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