Man, 33, quizzed over city centre stabbing

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A man has been bailed by police after being quizzed over a stabbing in Sheffield.

The 33-year-old, from Manor Park, was arrested on suspicion of wounding after a man was stabbed in his thigh outside Castle Market on Saturday, October 19.

Police said a 42-year-old man, from Shirecliffe, was taken to the Northern General Hospital before being allowed home.

The man questioned over the attack has been released on bail until December.

The attack last weekend came just weeks after 45-year-old Calvein Clarke was stabbed outside Castle Market.

He managed to stagger to near to Snig Hill police station, where officers gave him emergency first aid until paramedics arrived to take over.

Mr Clarke, from Sheffield, was rushed to the Northern General Hospital but died four days later.

He had been stabbed in his chest in an attack at the top of Dixon Lane, at its junction with Haymarket.

Orett Duncan, 39, of Harborough Close, Manor, is accused of grievous bodily harm.

Mark Walker, 18, of Brightmore Drive, Netherthorpe, and Mustaffa Hamdoon, 18, of no fixed address, are charged with assisting an offender.