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Detectives have arrested a 14-year-old boy following a serious assault in Wilmslow.
At around 9.35pm on Thursday 6 May police were called to reports that a teenager had been found with serious injuries on Dean Row Road, Wilmslow.
Officers attended the scene and a 14-year-old boy from Wilmslow was found with a serious stab wound.
The boy was taken to Manchester Children’s Hospital for treatment, he has since been discharged.
A 14-year-old boy from Stockport was arrested near to the scene on suspicion of section 18 assault.
He was taken into police custody where he was questioned by officers before being released on conditional bail.
Detective Sergeant Cameron Mair said: “Enquiries in relation to this incident are ongoing and we are committed to doing all we can to establish exactly what has taken place.
“As part of our investigation we are urging anyone who was in the area and witnessed the incident, or anything else that may aid our investigation, to get in touch.
“The same goes for anyone with any CCTV or dashcam footage that may be relevant to our investigation.”
Chief Inspector David Moores, head of Macclesfield Local Policing Unit, added: “This type of incident is extremely rare in the Wilmslow area and I understand the concern that it is likely to cause.
“I’d like to reassure the public that patrols are being stepped up in the area and anyone with any concerns should approach an officer.
“I would also urge anyone with any information in relation to the incident to get in touch.”
Anyone with any information is asked to call Cheshire Police on 101 quoting IML 981705, or visit www.cheshire.police.uk/tua .
Information can also be reported anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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