Man in his 40s is arrested after a boy of 17 was stabbed in seriously injured in the City of London
- A 17-year-old boy was attacked outside the busy Liverpool Street railway station
- He suffered ‘serious injuries’ in the attack and was taken to hospital soon after
- Police confirmed they arrested a man in his 40s from East Ham in connection
A man has been arrested after stabbing a 17-year-old boy and seriously injuring him in a violent attack in the heart of London.
The youth was attacked near busy Liverpool Street station at rush hour by a man in his 40s and was rushed to hospital soon afterwards.
Police later confirmed the attacker, said to be from East Ham, had been arrested after the incident.
A City of London police spokesperson said: ‘City of London police officers were called to reports of a 17-year-old being stabbed at 5.59pm.
‘He has serious but non-critical injuries and has been taken to the Royal London Hospital.’
‘City of London police officers have arrested a man from East Ham and he remains in custody.’
The latest incident follows a spate of recent stabbings in the capital – with 66 people stabbed in London so far in 2018.
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Video from the scene showed a cordon had been set up around the station by police attending
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