UPDATE 4pm: TWO people are assisting police with their inquiries after a woman was stabbed in the arm at a Tootell St address.

Criminal Investigation Branch Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Cameron Schneider said about 10.15am Wednesday police responded to the East Bundaberg home.

"A 21-year-old female was transported to Bundaberg Hospital with injuries to one of her arms," he said.

"At this stage the investigation is in its early stages but it appears she sustained some type of sharp instrument wound to one of her arms.

"We currently have two people assisting with our inquiries at this stage, but there's been no formal arrest.

"At this stage it appears all three persons were known to one other."

Act Det Snr Sgt Schneider said the two people assisting police - a 22-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman - were found at an address in Boundary St.

An extensive search of the area, which involved the dog squad, was conducted but failed to find them in the immediate area.

"Through our investigations we used the dog squad to assist us in locating the suspects but in this instance the suspects were located at other premises," he said.

"A search warrant's been executed but this stage it's still early on and no actual weapon's been located."

Act Det Snr Sgt Schneider said the victim was still in hospital and had only provided police with limited information so far.



  • Woman taken to hospital after stabbing 
  • One man helping police with inquiries 
  • Detectives are doorknocking 

UPDATE 11.35am: POLICE have responded to an East Bundaberg house after a woman was taken to hospital allegedly after being stabbed in the arm.

A dog squad officer searched the area.

At least one man, believed to be a witness, is helping police with their enquires.

Detectives were door knocking homes in the area.

EALIER 11.20am: Woman stabbed at East Bundaberg address

POLICE and ambulance are on the scene at a East Bundaberg address after a woman was stabbed.

It is believed two offenders have left the scene.

A QAS spokesman said they were called to treat a penetrating wound which was caused by a sharp object.

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