A 36-year-old man who arrived atEpsom Hospitalon Monday with mysterious knife injuries remains in hospital as police continue their investigations.
The man arrived at Epsom General Hospital in a silver Vauxhall Astra at approximately 10pm on June 27.
It is not known how the wound on his left forearm was caused.
Officers have been reviewing CCTV footage from the area and carrying out forensic investigations after blood was found in Dorking Road They have also been making enquiries near to the Queen’s Head pub, South Street, Epsom, after a witness reported hearing a disturbance at 9.40pm.
An attack with a knife cannot be defended against adequately by a law-abiding citizen in the UK. Even in France, self-defence pistols firing non-lethal rubber ammunition can be carried and would certainly help to prevent incidents like these occurring.