The 16-year-old boy fights for his life and the 14-year-old is arrested after stabbing in broad daylight
The 16-year-old boy fights for his life and the 14-year-old is arrested after being stabbed in broad daylight in the West Midlands
- Two teenagers stabbed in broad daylight near Marston Green Park, Solihull
- One boy, 16, is in a critical condition and another victim, 19, is ‘stable’
- Another teenager, 14, was arrested on charges of attempted murder nearby
One teenager continued to fight for his life and another was injured after a daylight sign in a West Midlands park.
Police arrested a 14-year-old boy on suspicion of attempted murder after the attack on Chapelhouse Road in Solihull today at around 2:40 pm today.
A victim, a 16-year-old boy, was rushed to hospital after the Marston Green Park incident and is in critical condition.
Another teenager, 19, was also taken to hospital, but has been described as stable.
Police arrested a 14-year-old boy on suspicion of attempted murder after the attack at Marston Green Park in Solihull today at around 2:40 PM (Pictured: Police on site)
Witnesses reported seeing an air ambulance in a play area on Moorend Avenue before police closed off part of the green space.
The suspect remains in custody tonight, as witnesses were urged to contact West Midlands police for any information.
Police said in a statement, “We were called to report that two people had been stabbed at Chapelhouse Road, Solihull around 2:40 pm today. Two people were taken to the hospital.
A victim, a 16-year-old boy, was rushed to hospital after the Chapelhouse Road incident and is said to be in critical condition (photo: an air ambulance in the attack)
The suspect remains in custody tonight as witnesses were urged to contact West Midlands police for any information
A 16-year-old boy is in a critical condition, while a 19-year-old man is described as stable.
A 14-year-old boy was arrested nearby and taken into custody for interrogation.
“The investigations are ongoing and anyone who has any information about the incident is requested to contact us via Live Chat or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Please quote log 2087 26/4.”