A man in his twenties has been hospitalised following a stabbing incident in the Seacroft area of Leeds. The authorities were alerted at 3:26 am yesterday (Friday, 22 March) by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service, reporting the incident at Brooklands Towers.

The victim, whose injuries are reported to be significant but not life-threatening, was swiftly transported to the hospital for treatment.

In response to the incident, two individuals have been apprehended by law enforcement officers as part of their ongoing investigation.

Detective Inspector John Graham, of Leeds District CID, said: “A man has suffered a serious stab wound in this assault and we are following up a number of lines of enquiry to understand the circumstances of what has taken place.

“We understand there has been an altercation between the injured man and another male outside Brookland Towers before they have run into the building where the man has been stabbed.

“I would appeal to anyone who has seen or heard any part of this incident or who has any other information that could help us in our investigation to please report it.”

Individuals with information pertinent to the case are encouraged to reach out to Leeds District CID via Live Chat online or by dialling 101, quoting crime reference 13240156072. Alternatively, information can be shared anonymously with independent charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.