Police have given an update after a man was stabbed on a road in High Wycombe.

Gomm Road was temporarily closed yesterday (March 21) after police received reports that a man had been stabbed at 3:50am.

A man in his twenties was found with stab injuries at the scene and was rushed to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

A spokesperson for Thames Valley Police said this morning (March 22) that no arrests have been made but enquiries continue.

They also confirmed that a police cordon and closure of Gomm Road had been removed yesterday. 

Adding: “Our investigation is ongoing, and we are still appealing for witnesses to come forward if they have not yet done so.”

Andrea, who works at Tetra Pak in the Peregrine Business Park on Gomm Road, said she arrived at the office at 8am yesterday and was told by police to go home.

“We didn’t see what had happened but there were two police officers around the corner from the park when we got in yesterday morning.

“I tried to talk with them about getting to the office, but they said the business park had been closed for the whole day, so we ended up working from home.

“Everything is back open as normal today, though." 

Police located two vehicles at the crime scene, a black Mercedes C320 with the registration GJ57 YMS and a silver Ford Focus with the registration EJ61 YKN.

Members of the public have been also asked to check their CCTV and doorbell camera footage in case they have information that could help the police in their investigation.

Anyone with information about what happened or either of the vehicles mentioned above can contact Thames Valley Police by calling 101 and quoting reference number 43240130712.

Alternatively, anonymous reports can be made to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.