A 24-year-old man was rushed to hospital after being stabbed in the neck outside London’s Winter Wonderland, and police are on the hunt for his assailant.
The Metropolitan Police were called to the scene in Hyde Park shortly before 9.30 p.m. on Sunday.
The victim is being treated in the hospital, but his injuries are not considered life-threatening.
The police department stated that no arrests have been made and that investigations are ongoing.
A witness told The Sun that the man had been ‘stabbed in the neck’.
Video from the scene showed police officers creating a cordon in the central London park.
The force told MailOnline: ‘Police were called at around 21:24hrs on Sunday, 11 December, to a 24-year-old man with slash injuries in Hyde Park.
‘The man was taken to hospital by ambulance where his condition has been as not life-threatening or life-changing
‘Enquiries are ongoing. There has been no arrest at this stage.’
‘We are aware of an incident last night involving an individual outside of Hyde Park Winter Wonderland,’ a spokesperson for Hyde Park Winter Wonderland told MailOnline.
‘We are collaborating with the appropriate authorities to learn more and support their investigations.’
Any witnesses are urged to contact the Met by dialing 101 and entering the reference number 6280/11dec.