Huddersfield stabbing: Teenager seriously injured after attack in alleyway

A police scene remains in place at Sheepridge Road in Huddersfield.

A teenage boy has been seriously injured after he was stabbed in an alleyway in Huddersfield.

The stabbing took place shortly before 8.30pm on Wednesday, 30 November after the victim was approached by suspects on an alleyway leading from Deighton Road to Riddings Close.

The 16-year-old boy was seriously injured and went to a nearby shop on Sheepridge Road for help.

He was taken to hospital where he remains stable.

Det Ch Insp Marie Bulmer said: "This has clearly been a very serious incident in which a victim has been seriously injured.

"Tackling knife crime is our number one priority in Kirklees and all necessary resources are being employed to investigate this offence."

West Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses who saw the attackers. A scene remains in place on Sheepridge Road.

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