Gillingham station stabbing teenager arrested
A 17-year-old boy who needed surgery after being stabbed at a Kent railway station has been arrested on suspicion of violent disorder.
British Transport Police said the teenager was arrested at his home in Dartford in connection with the incident in Gillingham on 24 July.
A 20-year-old man from Greenwich has also been arrested at his home. Both have been bailed until 31 August.
The stabbing took place following a fight on a London-bound train.
The teenager was taken to Medway Hospital where he was said to be in a critical condition after undergoing surgery. He has since recovered and been discharged.
Det Sgt Leigh Marshall said the public response to an appeal for information had been overwhelming.
"We received lots of vital information which has greatly assisted our investigation."