A man was stabbed in Connah's Quay in the early hours of the morning.

Eye witnesses say a heavy police presence was seen on Kings Road at around 4.30am on Tuesday.

A spokesman for North Wales Police confirmed they were called to reports of a stabbing.

They added: "We were called to an address in Kings Road, Connah’s Quay at around 4.26 am today where one man had sustained a stab wound and another man a minor head injury.

"Both victims are from the Liverpool area and neither injury is life-threatening.

"No arrests have been made and our enquiries are on-going.

"Anyone with information should call 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting reference Y100031."

Both people were transferred to hospital.

A Welsh Ambulance Service spokesman added: "We were called at approximately 4.46am today, Tuesday 14 July, to reports of a medical emergency in the Connah's Quay area of Deeside.

"We sent one rapid response car and one emergency ambulance - another ambulance from the North West Ambulance Service (NWAS) also attended. We conveyed one patient to the Countess of Chester Hospital and NWAS transported another patient to the University Hospital, Aintree."

Local councillor Paul Shotton said: "I was very concerned on hearing about the incident at Kings Road.

"It is of course very distressing for the neighbourhood."