A teenage boy, 17, has been rushed to hospital following a stabbing in Greenwich this afternoon (May 25).
Police had been known as to Sutcliffe Park shortly after 4pm this afternoon to studies of an altercation and once they arrived they discovered the teenager with a stab harm to his leg.
One particular person was arrested in reference to the incident and has been taken into custody.
The teenager who was stabbed was taken to a South London hospital with non-life threatening accidents.
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police mentioned: “Police had been known as at 16:02hrs on Tuesday, 25 May to studies of a stabbing in Sutcliffe Park on Eltham Road, SE12.
“Officers attended together with London Ambulance Service and a 17-year-old boy was discovered with a stab harm to his leg. He was taken to a South London hospital the place his situation was assessed as non-life threatening.
“One particular person was arrested and taken into custody.
“Enquiries into the circumstances are ongoing.
“Anybody with data is requested to name 101 quoting CAD 4855/25May.”
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