Trevor Veale

Knife produced during night out at Twinnies, no one hurt

A MALE victim has refused to cooperate with police after an alleged incident involving a knife occurred at Twin Town Services Club at the weekend.

It is believed no one was stabbed during the incident despite rumours spreading through the Tweed.

"There's no suggestion of stabbing," Tweed's crime manager Inspector Brendon Cullen said.

Insp Cullen said just before midnight on Friday police were at Twin Towns for an unrelated matter.

"They were approached by people who informed them there has been an incident with a knife inside the club," he said.

"Police spoke to the alleged victim but he refused to assist police."

Police are now appealing for witnesses who saw the incident to come forward and tell police what they know.

If you can assist police contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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