Teenager taken to hospital following Wallasey gang attack

Wirral Globe: Teenager taken to hospital following Wallasey gang attack Teenager taken to hospital following Wallasey gang attack

A TEENGER needed hospital treatment after he was assaulted by a gang in an unprovoked attack in Wallasey.

Police were called to Seabank Road at about 10.45pm on Friday, April 25 following reports of an attack.

The victim, an 18-year-old man, was walking along the road when a group of around six men ran up behind him and assaulted him, leaving him with injuries to his face and wrist.

The offenders – who wore dark clothing and hooded tops covering their faces – ran away towards Egremont.

The victim was taken to Arrowe Park Hospital and has since been discharged.

A full investigation into the assault is underway, with house-to-house enquiries being carried out as well as CCTV from the area being examined.

Detective Constable Chris O'Connor, said: "A young man has been the victim of a very nasty and unprovoked attack, which has left him needing to go to hospital.

”We will do everything we can to identify the people responsible and I would appeal to anyone with information to call police.

”Although it was late at night, it is possible someone saw the incident or a group of men acting suspiciously in the area. Any information provided will be looked at by officers and could be vital for our enquiries."

Anyone with information should call Wirral CID on 0151 777 2265 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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