Two teenage boys stabbed in knife attack on The Moor in Sheffield

Two teenage boys have been treated for stab wounds in hospital after a knife attack in Sheffield.

Sunday, 7th June 2020, 9:42 am
Updated Sunday, 7th June 2020, 7:51 pm

The boys, both 17, were stabbed in an incident on The Moor in the city centre yesterday.

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The incident was reported to South Yorkshire Police by hospital staff at around 7.30pm after the boys arrived with knife wounds.

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A police cordon in place after two teenage boys were stabbed on The Moor in Sheffield city centre

No arrests have yet been made.

Officers investigating the incident sealed off part of The Moor last night for crime scene enquiries to be carried out.

Two boys were stabbed on The Moor in Sheffield yesterday

It is expected that CCTV cameras on and around The Moor will be checked over the weekend for footage of the incident and those involved.

South Yorkshire Police said: “It is understood that the teenagers, believed to be 17-years-old, were assaulted by persons unknown on The Moor Sheffield.

“Their injuries are not life-threatening.

“An investigation is under way into the circumstances.”

Anyone with information should call 101 and quote incident 745 of June 6.

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