Man stabbed on Ryde Pier: Police appeal for information

The man has been taken to St Mary’s Hospital with a stab wound. Police are appealing anyone with information to get in touch

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A man has been taken to St Mary’s Hospital for treatment today after sustaining a knife wound in Ryde.

Isle of Wight Police were called at 12.59pm today (Tuesday) to reports of an assault on Ryde Pier, Ryde.

On arrival, officers located a 31-year-old man with a stab wound. The man’s injuries are not thought to be life threatening.

Southampton man arrested
A 30-year-old man from Southampton has been arrested on suspicion of grievous bodily harm with intent.

He remains in custody at this time.

Get in touch
Anyone with information can call 101, with the reference 44200217589.

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Tuesday, 16th June, 2020 4:05pm

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9 Comments on "Man stabbed on Ryde Pier: Police appeal for information"

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Rhos yr Alarch

Is that 12.59 a.m. or p.m.?

planespeaker

Sounds like pedantry but is an important question, which use of the 24 hour clock would render unnecessary. 1259 is unambiguous and that’s what you need if you’re “appealing for information” from the public in order to put some mad person behind bars.

chartman

sorry but 1259 is ambiguous… did you mean December 1959 ?

planespeaker

Well, we get a bit of help here from the author of the article where they say “today, Tuesday”. I suppose there must exist on the planet someone who believes that the call to the police was made in the year 1259AD but then again, evidence from that individual would probably be considered unreliable.

chartman

Errr if the article above says 12:59 pm, that explicitly means afternoon. 12:59 am means ‘early hours of the morning. Simple ?

tonyiow

Actually if you were using the 24 hour clock it would be 00.59 meaning in the morning . 12.59 would always be in the afternoon.

planespeaker

Both the above comments are true. However, if you walk down Newport high street asking random people, during what part of the day 1259pm falls into I’d be prepared to bet Dave Stewart’s pension that a fair number would be unsure.