Police appeal for two potential witnesses to stabbing – BBC News

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A fourth person has been arrested by police in Jersey in connection with a stabbing on Sunday.
An 18-year-old man was found with stab wounds near St Helier and is currently recovering after surgery in Southampton.
Jersey Police said all four males were being held in police custody.
It is now appealing to the public to help them identify two people seen in the area at the time.
The people seen in the CCTV images are not wanted in connection with the incident, but to help with inquiries.
The first is a women wearing a dark coat, light coloured trousers and dark boots, who was seen walking her two small dogs.
The second was a man wearing dark clothing including a puffer jacket.
Officers ask anyone who recognises the people to contact them on 612612.
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