Police have launched a homicide investigation following the demise of a 16-year-old boy who was discovered with stab wounds in Manchester.
Emergency providers had been known as to Thirlmere Avenue in Stretford, a city about 4 miles southwest of the town, at about 7pm on Saturday.
The boy was taken to hospital after being handled by paramedics on the scene, however later died of his accidents, Higher Manchester Police stated.
4 youngsters – all boys aged between 15 and 17 – have been arrested on suspicion of homicide in reference to the inquiry.
Superintendent John Harris stated: “A household has been left devastated by this tragic information and our ideas exit to them at this most surprising and upsetting time.
“Specifically educated officers might be there to assist the boys’ family members, and further patrols will stay within the space of this deadly assault in order that the local people can communicate to us about any issues or data they might have.”
Superintendent Harris stated detectives had been within the “early phases” of the investigation and could be “following up quite a lot of completely different traces of inquiry we’ve got to make sure these accountable are delivered to justice”.
Anybody with data is requested to contact police through 101, quoting incident 2529 of twenty-two/01/2022.
Alternatively, particulars could be handed anonymously to the unbiased charity Crimestoppers by calling 0800 555 111.