A man was found with “non-life threatening” injuries after he was stabbed in East Ham.

Officers from Met Police were called at 4.34pm on Saturday (June 3) to Central Park Road in East Ham to reports of a stabbing.

They found a 27-year-old man with stab injuries after arriving. London’s Ambulance and London Air Ambulance service were called, and the victim was rushed to the hospital where his injuries were assessed as minor.

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The police arrested one man at the scene on suspicion of causing a grievous bodily harm. He was taken into custody.

A crime scene was in place at Central Park Road yesterday while the emergency services were dealing with the incident.

Investigation into the crime is still ongoing.