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The teenager was approached by a gang of youths on Cemetery Road in Weaste.

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Shortly before midnight (07 Aug) Police were called to the scene of a stabbing incident in Weaste in which a 16 year old boy was attacked by a group and stabbed in the leg.

This comes after reports of knives being used during thefts in several Salford parks over the past week.

A GMP spokesman said:



“Police were called shortly after 12am on Tuesday, August 7 to reports that a male had been stabbed on Eccles New Road in Salford.

“A boy aged 16 was approached near the junction of Eccles New Road and Cemetery Road by a group of offenders, one of whom stabbed him in the leg.

“He was taken to hospital with a non-life threatening injury.

“Enquiries are ongoing.”




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