RAF MILDENHALL, England — Two 100th Maintenance Squadron airmen are under investigation by British law enforcement authorities in connection with a late-night brawl Saturday that was captured on closed-circuit television cameras.

The fight sent two men to the hospital, including one with a stab wound. Air Force and British officials would not say whether either airman was injured in the fight.

The Suffolk Constabulary is investigating the altercation, which took place shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday in an alleyway near a popular Newmarket nightclub called Di Nero’s.

Newmarket is home to scores of airmen serving in East Anglia. The 1,500-capacity Di Nero’s is one of the most popular clubs in the region.

Police arrested the two airmen and two other men in connection with the fight, but none has been formally charged, Suffolk Constabulary spokeswoman Lisa Miller said.

Miller said she could not release the names of the suspects until they are charged. An RAF Mildenhall spokesman also declined to release the airmen’s names until charges are filed.

Miller said the suspects include two Cambridgeshire men — one 18 and one 21 years old. Two others are from Mildenhall village; one is 25 and the other 26 years old.

The 18-year-old suffered a stab wound to the thigh and was treated at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge. Another victim received stitches to his left eyebrow at West Suffolk Hospital, Miller said.

As part of the investigation, Suffolk Constabulary officials will view the closed-circuit TV tape that captured the fight.

RAF Mildenhall spokesman 1st Lt. Jamie Humphries said in a statement that the 100th Airlift Wing would determine whether the Air Force has jurisdiction in the case after British authorities finish the investigation.

The 48th Security Forces Squadron from RAF Lakenheath conducts weekly late-night joint patrols with the Suffolk Constabulary in the area where the fight occurred.

All four men are due back at the Newmarket Police Station on Sept. 2 when authorities will either press formal charges or release the men, Miller said.

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