Posted: Wed 20th Oct 2021

Updated: Wed 20th Oct

Police: Two arrests after teenager stabbed in Bagillt on Tuesday night

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales

Two “males” have been arrested following an alleged stabbing in Bagillt on Tuesday evening.

Emergency services were called to Bagillt High Street just after 8.15pm on Tuesday ( October 19) after a 16-year boy was reported to have been attacked near McColl’s convenience store.

Police have said it was an “isolated incident and there is no cause for further concern.”

The condition of the victim is not known, reports say he was taken to Ysbyty Glan Clwyd for treatment.

Bagillt High Street was closed following an incident and drivers were asked to avoid the area.

An area near McColls shop was cordoned off and will while forensic officers worked at the scene.

A North Wales Police spokesperson said on Tuesday evening: “Following an incident on Bagillt High Street this evening in which a 16-year-old male was stabbed, we can confirm that two males have been arrested on suspicion of S18 Wounding. ”

“Please be assured this is an isolated incident and there is no cause for further concern.”

“The area will remain closed to the public whilst forensic officers conduct their enquiries.”

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