Police were called to reports of a fight involving “80-100” youths fighting at Keel Wharf at around 9.15pm on Friday night. Officers rushed to the scene to find two teenage boys had been stabbed in the buttocks. Both youngsters were taken to Alder Hey Children’s Hospital where they were treated for their injuries before being discharged.
A Merseyside Police spokesperson said: “We are appealing for information after two 15-year-old boys received stab wounds in Liverpool city centre (Friday,24 July).
“At about 9.15pm officers were called to reports of about 80-100 youths fighting at Keel Wharf on the waterfront.
“When they arrived they found the two teenagers who had each received a stab wound to the buttocks.
“Both boys were taken to Alder Hey Children’s hospital where they were treated and they have now been discharged.”