Residents have spoken of their shock following an alleged stabbing in Dundee.
The incident happened at a flat on the first floor of the Lansdowne Court multis yesterday morning.
An injured man was taken to hospital by ambulance but water later released after treatment for facial injuries.
Speaking at the scene senior investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Mark Lamont, said: “Police were called to an incident at Lansdowne Court around 8am today.
“We were told that a man had been stabbed.
“He was taken to hospital by ambulance.
“Three men have been arrested and are currently in police custody while inquiries are ongoing.
“The injured man suffered wounds to his face.
“He has since been discharged from hospital.
“His injuries are not serious. The man is currently with police.”
The injured man lives on the first floor of the multi.
The three men arrested live in the same property on the 10th floor.
Det Sgt Lamont added: “This was a contained incident and has been dealt with by police.”
One eyewitness, who declined to be identified, said he woke this morning to police cars, ambulances and fire engines outside the flats.
He added: “There were about seven police vehicles, two ambulances and a fire engine.
“Police stormed into the building and went to two properties.
“I saw one man being taken away in an ambulance.
“I have no idea what was happening but it looked like something pretty serious.”
A resident of Lansdowne Court, who also did not want to be identified, said: “There was a huge police presence here for around four hours today.
“There were around seven police vehicles.
“More than a dozen officers ran into the block.
“Others remained outside along with the ambulances and their crew and a fire engine.
“I heard a lot of shouting and banging and I also heard glass smashing.
“When I came down the stairs later there was a clear trail of blood leading outside.
“It was obvious someone had been pretty seriously injured in the incident and that they were bleeding from their wounds.
“I then saw a man being led into the back of a waiting ambulance and it drove away. A second ambulance then also left the scene.
“Later, there were forensic officers on the first floor of the building.
“When they left they had several packages in their hands.”