Six teenagers arrested over Gravesend knife attack

Milton Road, Gravesend Image copyright Google
Image caption The man was assaulted in Milton Road, Gravesend

Six teenagers have been arrested after a man was found with knife wounds in Gravesend, Kent Police said.

The man was found in Milton Road on Tuesday morning and taken to hospital, where he remains in a stable condition.

Two men were reported as having assaulted the man before running off in the direction of Augustine Road.

Five boys, all aged 17, and an 18-year-old man - all from Gravesend - were arrested and remain in custody.

Det Insp Andy Featherstone, said: "The two main offenders are described as one black man and one white man.

"The white man was wearing a cream tracksuit, a green parka jacket with a fur hood, and black and white trainers.

"The black male was wearing a navy blue coloured body warmer, a black beanie hat, blue jeans and black trainers."

A police spokesman said the two men were thought to have left the area in a Volkswagen Polo.

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