THE three men killed in Saturday's terror attack in Reading each died of a single stab wound, police have confirmed.

Joe Ritchie Bennett, David Wails, and James Furlong all died after a knifeman stormed Forbury Gardens attacking members of the public about 7pm.

Counter Terrorism Policing South East has today confirmed how the three men died following post-mortem examinations.

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A statement said: "David Wails, aged 49, Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, aged 39, and James Furlong, aged 36, each died of a single stab wound.

"Three other victims sustained stab injuries as a result of the incident which happened in Forbury Gardens just before 7pm.They were all taken to hospital for treatment and have since been discharged."

The attack was declared as being terror-related shorty after it happened last weekend, and a 25-year-old man from Reading was arrested in connection with the attack.

He remains in custody.

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The statement added: "Detectives from CTPSE continue to appeal for anyone with information about the incident on Saturday evening, to come forward.

"Anyone with any information about this incident or who was in the area before, during or after it and hasn’t already spoken to police, is asked to contact Thames Valley Police on 101, quoting Operation Vaselike."