Man Released On Bail Over College Stabbing Incident

A man, 20, who was arrested in connection with a stabbing at a college in Belfast has been released on bail.

Police said the man was released pending further enquiries.

A 26-year-old is currently in hospital following the incident at Belfast Metropolitan College on Thursday. His condition is described as serious but stable.


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