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George Abbot scissor stabbing: teen released on bail

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George Abbot scissor stabbing: teen released on bail

Published at 11:51am 7th March 2019.

A 15 year-old boy has been released on bail following Wednesday's scissor stabbing at George Abbot School in Guildford.

Two students were involved in the incident which has been described as 'isolated' by police. 

The victim, who we now know is 14 years-old, was taken to hospital as a precaution. He suffered a single small puncture wound to his back, but has since been discharged.

Guildford Borough Commander Inspector, Andy Hill said: 

"Staff were on the scene immediately, intervened and remained with the boy until we arrived.

"I would like to reassure parents that no other pupils were involved in this incident and there was never any risk to the wider public."

George Abbot

A message was sent to all parents informing them of the incident which happened at around 1:45pm.

The email said:

"You may be aware of an incident on site involving two students, this afternoon.

"Both sets of parents have been informed.

"Please be aware that emergency services are present and the situation is being managed.

"All other students are continuing onto their period 5 lesson and will be dismissed as usual at the end of the day."

Surrey Police say their enquiries remain ongoing. Officers are continuing to work in conjunction with George Abbot to establish the circumstances of the incident.


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