Four High Wycombe men who were hauled up in front of a judge charged in connection with two stabbings have been cleared.

Waqar Jamil, from Alford Road, Mohammed Asim Khan and Husn Khan, from Spearing Road and Iftikar Aslam of Chiltern Avenue were all last year charged with GBH and possession of an offensive weapon.

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It comes after two connected stabbings - one in Perth Road, High Wycombe, when a teenager was stabbed in the head and hands on October 1, 2019, and one days later in New Road on October 17, 2019, when two cars crashed into each other and a teenager was stabbed.

The four men went on trial at Aylesbury Crown Court last week but all four were found not guilty.

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A Thames Valley Police spokesman said: “The judge in the case directed a not-guilty verdict for all four defendants as the victim withdrew all support for the prosecution.

“As such, the case has now been filed.”