Police and CSI have been on the scene of an incident in Rusholme, which witnesses mentioned was a ‘stabbing’.
Officers cordoned off Walmer Street, from Wilmslow Road to Aspinall Street, at round 6pm this night (Thursday March 10). Various proof markers have been additionally positioned within the street and on the pavement.
The crime scene was subsequent to Indian restaurant Shere Khan and supervisor Mansoor Hussain instructed the Manchester Evening News that he noticed 4 ‘children’ by the restaurant simply earlier than the reported incident.
He mentioned: “I noticed about 4 lads, children, strolling previous.
“Next thing, the delivery driver came in and said ‘someone’s been stabbed and they’re bleeding’.
“There was a automotive there so I feel no matter occurred was behind the automotive. I did not see it.
“There are always kids messing about outside but you’d never think this would happen. It’s not nice at all.”
Another member of employees mentioned that the incident occurred round 6pm and mentioned that the individuals who have been exterior on the time “didn’t look any older than 14 or 15”.
M.E.N has approached Greater Manchester Police for remark.