Two arrests after man injured and others ‘threatened by suspects with a saw’

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Two men are in custody following a disturbance in Northdown Road, Cliftonville.

A third man was taken to hospital for treatment after he was reportedly assaulted by the suspects, one of whom was said to have been carrying a hand saw. His injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.

Several other people are also believed to have been threatened during the incident, shortly after 10am today (May 25).

Officers attended and arrested two men on suspicion of affray, assault and possession of an offensive weapon. They remain in custody.

A hand saw was recovered from the scene.

Witnesses or anyone with video footage that may assist the investigation are urged to call the appeal line on 01843 222289 quoting reference 25-0549.

Anyone who wishes to report being threatened during the incident can do so online at www.kent.police.uk/report<http://www.kent.police.uk/report> or by calling 101.

6 Comments

  1. Ramsgate has been seen to be in the news a lot more lately… No more than an isolated incident. Mental health issues run rife round thanet as an whole….no more than the crimes of the council Tony…R x

  2. All Thanks to Thatcher this is he long term effect of Dole by the Sea. Turned a nice area into the pits. With the help of open door policy.

  3. Ann, i think you will find the Labour party is the one
    championing the open door policy. Corbyn has already said that he will accept all the migrants in Calais and elsewhere.

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