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Teenager seriously injured after daylight stabbing outside pub

Posted on 14th December 2015

Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a teenager was found with suspected stab wounds outside a pub in Derby in the middle of the day.

Paramedics were called to The Mitre pub, off Spider Island, Allenton, at about 3pm on Sunday, December 13.

Police were later called after the 16-year-old boy was found to have what was believed to be a stab wound.

He remains in a critical condition in hospital.

Detectives are urgently appealing for anyone who saw the incident or might know what happened to come forward.

It is thought the boy was injured at 3pm outside the pub, which stands on the busy junction between Osmaston Road, Osmaston Park Road and Harvey Road.

Detective Inspector Shaun McElheron, from Derbyshire police, said: “This happened in broad daylight, outside a pub on one of the busiest junctions in Derby.

“It’s possible that someone might have seen it happen, or might have seen the person responsible in the area before or after.

“It’s a very serious incident and I would urge anyone who might have information that could help us to come forward immediately.

“You can either call police, or you can leave information completely anonymously by calling Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”

Witnesses or anyone with information should call Derbyshire police on 101, quoting incident 385 of December 13th.

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