No arrests following bank holiday stabbings

PUBLISHED: 09:26 06 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:36 06 May 2014

Police shut the seafront on April 21

Police shut the seafront on April 21


NO arrests have yet been made following three stabbings over Easter.

Police are still appealing for witnesses following the attack on April 21 which saw three youngsters, in their late-teens, taken to hospital.

The stabbings occurred after an argument at Club Vision in Richmond Street. It continued away from the venue in nearby streets and led to two men receiving ‘minor injuries’ at about 3am. A third man was then stabbed outside Smiths Hotel in Knightstone Road, 20 minutes later.

He received ‘serious injuries’ but was released from Frenchay Hospital within three days of the attack. Police believe the gangs involved did not come from Weston and urge any witnesses to contact them on 101.

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