A MAN who was found with stab wounds in Wheatley is not thought to have sustained life-threatening injuries.

He was taken to hospital after being found in Station Road at 4pm on Friday, with police appealing for information on how he was hurt.

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Thames Valley Police spokesperson, James Williams, today confirmed the injuries are 'not thought to be life-threatening'.

He added: "The investigation continues with CCTV being obtained and reviewed, forensic examinations ongoing, and witness statements taken."

The man was found near the King & Queen pub on the High Street, according to the pub's landlord.

A police cordon, which has since been lifted, was in place for several hours after the incident, which closed the High Street and Station Road.

An air ambulance landed on Wheatley Primary School's playing fields, but an eyewitness said it was not used to transport the man to hospital.

If you have any information, call 101 or visit the Thames Valley Police website, quoting reference number 990 (7/6).