UPDATED | Male stabbed on Lord Street (Monday 3 April, 9am)
Detectives are appealing for information after two men were assaulted in Southport last night (Friday, 31 March 2017).
The two victims had been in Maloney’s Bar when they had an argument with a group of about six men. After leaving the bar they were chased by the males, two of the group then attacked the victims. One of the victims, aged 22 years, suffered a stab wound to his chest and the other victim, aged 22 years, suffered a slashed wound to his torso. Both men were taken to hospital, the 22-year-old is in stable condition and the other male has been discharged.
One of the offenders is described as a white male, 6ft tall, with curly hair on the top and short a the side. He was wearing a blue and grey jumper and dark trousers.
The second offender is described as a white male, late teens, large build with longish, black greasy hair. He was wearing a light coloured top and dark trousers.
Anyone with information which could help detectives with their inquiries is asked to contact detectives on 0151 777 3833, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
BREAKING NEWS | Male stabbed on Lord Street
An area outside June the Florist on Lord Street, Southport has been cordoned off after a male was stabbed.
Update 12pm (Saturday 1 April)
A 22 year-old Southport man in a critical but stable condition. He has been transfrred to Aintree hospital for surgery. He was stabbed twice once in the back and once in the chest.
Update (1am), April 1 2017
An area outside June the Florist on Lord Street, Southport has been cordoned off after a male was stabbed 11:45 Friday 31 March 2017.
Police was called to the scene at around 11:50pm.
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