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MetiNews.Com - Officers were called by concerned residents to reports of an altercation on Cemetery Road in Swinton
Breaking News ! Police are searching for clues after a teenage boy was stabbed following a disturbance in Salford. Officers were called by concerned residents to reports of an altercation on Cemetery Road in Swinton at around 10.20pm on Tuesday night (12 January). Later that evening, a 15-year-old boy presented at hospital with a stab wound. Police believe his injury was linked to the earlier disturbance. He currently remains in hospital for treatment for injuries that are not believed to be life-threatening. TAU officers could be seen combing the scene on Wednesday (Image: STEVE ALLEN) Greater Manchester Police say they are treating the stabbing as 'isolated' and don't believe there is any wider threat to the community. A large police cordon is currently in place on the entire length of Cemetery Road South as officers continue to carry out their investigations. Tactical Aid Unit officers could be seen combing the pavement and underneath cars for evidence. Read More Related Articles Sign up for the MEN's free daily newsletter Read More Related Articles Two children arrested in connection with spate of robberies in Salford park Local residents reported hearing the sound of tyres screeching at around 10.20pm last night.
. He said he then saw a number of males getting out of various cars before a fight ensued.
Police scene on Cemetery Road South Swinton
(Image: STEVE ALLEN)
Armed police arrived 20 minutes after he phoned the police along with a helicopter, the resident said. Other residents reported hearing cars racing up and down the street late into the evening. No arrests have been made.
Detective Inspector Thomas Willis, of GMP's Salford CID, said: "This is a very concerning incident which has left a young boy needing hospital treatment for a stab wound. "This will have undoubtedly caused some concern in the community, but I would like to reassure members of the public that we are treating this as an isolated incident and we have a dedicated team of officers working to determine the exact circumstances of what happened. "The investigation is in its early stages and our main priority is to identify those involved, so I would appeal to anyone with information to get in touch with police as soon as possible." If you have any information for police, please call 0161 856 5187 quoting log number 2945 of 12/01/21. Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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