Man 'seriously injured' in Grimsby stabbing

A man has reportedly been "seriously injured" in a stabbing in Grimsby.

A scene guard was put in place in the Heneage Road area following the incident at around 6.50pm on Saturday (June 15). A 25-year-old man reportedly suffered stab wounds and was taken to hospital to receive treatment for serious injuries to his back, Humberside Police say.

A police presence has remained in the area as detectives conduct lines of enquiry to establish the circumstances surrounding the incident.


In a statement issued late on Saturday evening, Humberside Police Detective Inspector Tracy St Paul said: “I appreciate the events of this evening are understandably going to cause concern amongst local residents.

“Whilst we are at the early stages of our investigation, from enquiries conducted so far, we do believe this to be an incident involving individuals known to each other with no wider risk to the public.

“There will continue to be a high policing presence in the area over the coming days as we work to understand what has happened.

“I would encourage anyone with information, or anyone with concerns, to please come and speak to us.

“I’d like to thank members of the public who have so far assisted us with lines of enquiry.

“If you believe you have any information, and, in particular, dashcam footage, please call our non-emergency number 101 quoting log 462 of 15 June.