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No further leads in knife incident




All 'meaningful lines of enquiry' have been exhausted without success after a pupil from William Stukeley Primary School was allegedly approached by a man with a knife in July this year.
All 'meaningful lines of enquiry' have been exhausted without success after a pupil from William Stukeley Primary School was allegedly approached by a man with a knife in July this year.

No arrests have been made after reports a school pupil was ‘threatened’ by a man wielding a knife in July this year.

It was alleged the child was walking home from William Stukeley Primary School when he was approached by the man on July 12.

Lincolnshire Police said all meaningful lines of enquiry have been exhausted.

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