6:30 9 August 2022
Leading police figures say investigation is ongoing possible inter-gang disputes in Ipswich when they released warning that incidents involving knives are “unacceptable”.
The presence of the police was terminated up in Gainsborough area after the man was injured in machete attack in sports center on Saturday evening, just one of several incidents in Ipswich in in last a few months.
Suffolk Police and Criminal Commissioner Tim Passmore and Superintendent Andy Martin spoke to calm public about steps in force accepts.
Mr. Passmore said: “Any stabbing incident is a very serious issue and completely unacceptable.
“This could be due to disagreements between individuals and perhaps squabbles between gangs – regardless of whether reason no excuse for this is something.
“Why people resort to such horrendous behavior is beyond me.
“Let me be crystal clear, this behavior is unacceptable and I know the police will do anything in its powers arrest offenders very quickly and bring them to justice.”
This was stated by Superintendent Andy Martin of the Suffolk Police. force investigated incidents between the two groups of faces in city.
He said: “We currently investigation of incidents that occurred over the previous few months between the two groups of faces in Ipswich area.
“They were aimed in nature and often mutually with not widely accepted risk to the local community or guests of the city.
“We are actively targeting those who are connected with this is a crime and result write off the number of people and took preventive measures together with our partners against specific individuals.”
After Saturday Incident in Gainsborough, the superintendent said that the members should be sure that a “hard” answer will be accepted.
Superintendent Martin continued: “Incidents such as one what happened last Weekends rightly cause concern among residents of Ipswich, our partners and ourselves.
“However, the members of in public should rest assured that they are rare and met with fast and reliable response.
“Police presence will be strengthened. in support of our operations, and I would encourage anyone with information or questions to contact us immediately on 101 or 999″.