Police have launched an appeal for information after a teenage boy was stabbed in Birmingham city centre on Thursday morning (16 February).

The shocking knife attack took place in Steelhouse Lane at around 5.30am.

The 16-year-old victim was rushed to hospital for treatment following the crime.

West Midlands Police are speaking to witnesses, conducting a trawl of CCTV in the area and have forensically examined the scene where the stabbing took place.

Speaking about the dangers of knife crime a police spokesperson urged parents to speak to their children: “Knife crime is an issue which affects us all.

“We cannot do it alone – we need help from the community and parents in tackling knife crime. We’re urging parents to speak to their children about the devastating impact of carrying knives.”


 

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