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Thursday, 21 August 2014

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Police investigate alleged stabbing

A young man is recovering in hospital after an alleged stabbing incident in Annan today.

Dumfries & Galloway Police have not released any details but the force has confirmed that officers were called out to an incident which led to a person suffering "non life-threatening" injuries.

"Somebody is in hospital but the investigation is at an early stage," said a spokeswoman for the force.

Reports on Twitter suggest that the injured person is a young male.

Photos of police at the scene have been published on the social networking site.

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