Two men ‘stabbed’ in brawl outside cinema

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD
STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

Two men were left seriously injured after being attacked with what was believed to be a knife in a fight outside a cinema.

Police were called just before 5.30pm yesterday (Saturday, November 10) following reports of a fight between six people near Scott Cinema in The Atrium, East Grinstead.

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

Two men were found with ‘deep lacerations’ to the arm and head, which police believe was caused by a knife.

A spokesperson for Sussex Police said: “Police arrived on the scene very promptly, but the suspect had already left the scene.

“Two males were treated for injuries at the scene, possibly caused by a weapon.

“These injuries were considered serious, but not life-threatening.

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

“Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to call Sussex Police on 101, quoting serial 1027 of November 10.”

He added: “This is believed to be an isolated incident and not considered as a risk to the wider public.

“Officers from Crawley Investigations Department have been deployed and will look to identifying the suspects.”

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD

STABBING THE CROWS CINEMA EAST GRINSTEAD