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Detectives are appealing for information after an assault and reported disorder in Toxteth this evening, Wednesday 6 September.

At around 6.55pm, a report was received of fighting involving two groups of youths close to Park Road. Emergency services attended and the groups dispersed. A 15-year-old male was taken to hospital with a stab wound to his neck and is currently being treated for serious injuries.

A knife has been recovered close by to the incident and officers are at the scene to carry out witness, CCTV and forensic enquiries, and provide reassurance to community.

Detective Inspector Phil Mahon said: “This investigation is at a very early stage but I would appeal to anyone in the Park Road area this evening who witnessed youths gathering or saw any disorder to call us immediately, either directly or anonymously through Crimestoppers, which is completely independent of the police. Also, if you were driving up this busy road and have a dashcam, let us know as it any footage may be vital evidence.

“We will be relentless in targeting those people involved in causing disorder, violence and fear on our streets. Anyone with information should do the right thing and speak to us, whether you know who was involved, or suspect someone close to you. We want to take dangerous weapons and people from the streets and make them safer for our communities.”

Anyone who witnessed the incident or saw anything suspicious that could help is asked to contact 101 or you can also call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously and for free on 0800 555 111

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