25-year-old man charged over Queen’s Park stabbing

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Bedfordshire Police have confirmed that a man has been charged in connection to a stabbing in Bedford on Saturday (13 November).

Naseem Khan, 25, of Chestnut Avenue, Bedford, was arrested in connection to the incident at an address in Cromwell Road in the Queens Park area at the weekend.

Read: Man arrested after stabbing in Queen’s Park

He has subsequently been charged with wounding with intent and has been bailed with conditions ahead of his next court appearance in December.

Community officers are continuing to carry out patrols in the area to provide reassurance, including activities as part of a national police week of action to tackle knife crime.

Further information about this is available on the Bedfordshire Police website.

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