Further appeal after man allegedly stabbed by group of 10 men in Sheffield park

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Another police appeal has been launched after a man was allegedly stabbed by a group of 10 men in a Sheffield park.

Two men were walking through Firth Park when they were confronted by a group of about 10 men.

After an altercation, one of the two victims was reportedly stabbed with a knife.

The incident happened at about 7.30pm on July 9.

The victims were taken to hospital and treated for their injuries before being admitted and released the following day.

Police have now released further information about a motorbike being driven about the area.

A spokesman for the force said: “Around an hour before the incident, an orange mini scrambler-type motorbike was seen driving around the area. The man riding the bike is described as Asian, between 20 and 25-years-old, of slim build with short black hair and a wispy beard.

“He was reportedly wearing a black coat and black trousers.

“Another man believed to have been involved is described as being Asian, in his early 20s and wearing a yellow jacket.

“Police would like your help to identify these two men in connection with the assault.

Anyone with information is asked to call police on 101 quoting incident 1064 of July 9.