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Stabbing in Glasgow sees street cordoned off

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Police say there is no wider threat to the public following a ‘targeted assault’ on Argyle Street.

Glasgow stabbing

Part of a street in Glasgow has been cordoned off after someone was stabbed in a “targeted assault” on Sunday afternoon.

Police say there is no wider threat to the public following the incident on Argyle Street.

Officers were called to the scene, at the junction with James Watt street, just after midday.

Inspector Gareth Griffiths said: “We were called around 12.10pm on Sunday, 28 June, to a report of an assault in Argyle Street, Glasgow.

“Officers are currently at the scene. We believe this was a targeted assault and we do not believe there is a threat to the wider public.”

The incident is not thought to be linked to the knife attack in Glasgow’s West George Street on Friday.

Six people were injured during the incident, including a police officer, while the attacker was shot and killed by an armed unit.

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