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Stabbed Bracknell detective out of hospital

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Det Con Simms was first admitted to intensive care

A police officer who was stabbed during a robbery at a bookmakers in Berkshire has been released from hospital.

Det Con Luke Simms was injured at the Coral betting shop in Liscombe, Bracknell, on 19 May.

He was first admitted to intensive care but left Frimley Park Hospital last week and is recovering at home.

Kes Nattriss, 27, of no fixed abode, was charged with robbery and attempted murder. He was remanded to appear at Reading Crown Court on 26 August.



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