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Police close investigation into Norfolk knife attack

PUBLISHED: 10:16 20 June 2019 | UPDATED: 10:20 20 June 2019

Police have closed an investigation into a knife attack on the A149 in Norfolk. Picture: James Bass.

Police have closed an investigation into a knife attack on the A149 in Norfolk. Picture: James Bass.

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Police have closed an investigation into a knife attack on a Norfolk road.

The victim, a man in his 30s, was driving on the A149 in Ormesby when he was flagged down by a Range Rover which was repeatedly flashing its lights.

When he pulled over into a lay-by, the passenger of the Range Rover approached him and slashed his face with what is believed to be a Stanley knife.

The attacker then returned to the Range Rover which drove off.

The incident took place on February 19.

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But police have said no arrests have been made and officers have exhausted all lines of enquiry.


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