A MAN has been arrested for attempted murder after three men were injured at a house in Kidderminster - one requiring surgery on his hand.

Police were called to Summer Road in Kidderminster at around 11pm on Friday (January 10) after officers received a call from a member of the public saying several men had entered a property and confronted the residents inside.

One man was attacked with a hammer, another was punched and suffered facial injuries, and one man sustained serious cuts to his hand and required surgery in hospital.

A spokesman for West Midlands Ambulance Service said: "We were called by the police to reports of a stabbing on Summer Road, Kidderminster, at 11.06pm on Friday, January 10.

"Two ambulances and two paramedic officers were sent to the scene.

"Two patients received treatment by ambulance staff on scene before being taken to hospital for further checks."

West Mercia Police said both groups had an earlier disagreement, with three of the men later returning to continue the conflict at the house.

A police spokesman said: "Those who have attended hospital have since been discharged and have attended Kidderminster Police Station and been interviewed by detectives.

“Officers in the area were quickly able to locate the suspects and three men were arrested and taken into custody at Kidderminster Police Station."

Two of the men were aged in their late teens. One was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and the other on suspicion of affray.

Another man in his early 20s was arrested on suspicion of affray and they were all from the Kidderminster area.

All three were released on police bail while officers conduct further enquiries.

Police are now urging witnesses to come forwards.

Anyone with information should call 101, quoting crime number 0766s of January 10, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.