West Midlands Police have appealed for the public’s help to identify a male, after a 12-year-old boy was savagely attacked in Netherton Park, Dudley.
The shocking assault occurred on 24th June just before 17:00 hours.
The victim was stabbed three times in the head, suffered a fractured arm and had his mobile phone stolen.
A 13-year-old boy was arrested in connection with the attack and has been released on police bail pending further enquiries.
Police have also interviewed a 12-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy.
PC Emily Wallin, from force CID at Dudley, said:
“This was a nasty attack, but fortunately the knife wounds were not serious.
“He was left with a fractured arm and the whole experience was extremely traumatic for him. I would urge anyone who can help our enquiries to get in touch.”
Contact WMP via Live Chat or by calling 101. Quote crime reference number 20DY/146748P/20.
Alternatively, you can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where you can give any information anonymously.
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