Thornliebank: 15-year-old in hospital after being stabbed in Glasgow

A 15-year-old has been taken to the Royal Hospital for Children after being stabbed in a Glasgow street.

Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 10:19 am
Updated Tuesday, 13th October 2020, 10:19 am

The incident happened around 6.15pm on Sunday, October 11 in Carnwadric Road.

A large group of young males and females were present at the time the disturbance happened.

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A 15-year-old has been taken to hospital after being stabbed in Glasgow.

The youth sought help from a nearby shop, and a family friend attended to take him to the hospital.

The suspect is described as a white male, around 16-years-old, who was dressed in a black tracksuit with the hood pulled up.

Detective Constable Andy Reid, at Helen Street CID said: “I know that Carnwadric Road was busy at the time this incident took place and therefore I am certain that there would have been people who witnessed this male being assaulted.

“I would urge anyone who witnessed the assault or anyone who has any information on the suspect to contact us.”

Anyone with any information should call 101 quoting incident number 3708 of October 11.

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