Published: 14:46, 09 June 2008
Police are appealing for help after the stabbing of a 29-year old man outside a Rochester pub.
The attack took place at 10.30pm on Sunday at The Nags Head in St Margaret’s Banks, High Street, Rochester.
The alleged victim suffered a wound to his back after being assaulted.
He was taken to Medway Maritime Hospital by ambulance for treatment.
His injury is not life threatening and he is expected to be discharged from hospital today.
Police cordoned off the area to allow Crime Scene Investigators to scour the scene for forensic evidence.
Enquiries are ongoing and local neighbourhood officers have been notified of the incident.
PC Richard Albert from Medway Police, said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who may have witnessed the incident, or has any information that may help us with this investigation.
Can you help? Call PC Albert at Medway police station on 01634 792530 or Kent CrimeStoppers on 0800 555111.