Police appeal for more help with Gowrie stabbing

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POLICE are again asking for public help following the stabbing of 23-year-old man in his neck, hands and legs in Gowrie.

Police were called to the scene of the alleged stabbing in the car park of the Erindale Scout Hall on Castleton Crescent at about 8.50pm on Thursday, October 1.

Police say they have have “valuable information” from people who have come forward, but are urging anyone else who hasn’t spoken with them to do so.

Call 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website. Information can be anonymous.

Man stabbed in neck in Gowrie

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