Police Appeal for Witnesses After Hove Stabbing
Police are appealing for witnesses after an incident on Friday night in which two men in their twenties were assaulted. One of the victims sustained serious stab wounds and was taken to Sussex County Hospital, but these were later said not to be life-threatening.
The attack happened on Friday 12th January at about 10pm, on Queen’s Parade in Hangleton, Hove, next to the Grenadier pub and shops. The six teenage boys (three fifteen years old and three sixteen years old) are all being held in police custody. All those involved are from Brighton and Hove.
Sussex police have said they are “appealing for witnesses who may have been in the area at the time”.
Anyone with any information can contact the police on 101 or online, quoting incident 1314 of 12/01.18.