Police reassure residents following reports of stabbing at Lymm


POLICE have moved to reassure residents that there was no stabbing incident in Lymm village last night following an altercation near Lymm Cross.

A large police presence was seen in the village last night and the police helicopter was called out during the earlier hours following reports of an incident involving a group of males from outside the village.

It is understood one of the males suffered a cut to his hand due to a broken bottle.
Reports later circulated on social media that there had been a stabbing.
Local police patrolling in the village had earlier reported large groups of youths in the village centre, but mainly well behaved.


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