A man in his 20s has been stabbed on Alderson Road
Police are appealing to anyone with information
A man was stabbed at around 8:15pm last night at the junction between Alderton and Smithdown Road.
Merseyside police are appealing for information following a stabbing last, the 31st January. The young man in his 20s was injured where Alderson and Smithdown Road meet.
He was taken to hospital in an ambulance, where his wounds were deemed serious but non-life-threatening. Investigations concerning the full circumstances of the incident, as well as forensic research and witness enquiries are ongoing.
This come months after a man was shot dead on the same street.
A local student told the Liverpool Tab: "I can’t believe this is the second time in 3/4 months that someone’s tried to murder someone on a road full of students and families with little kids, it’s sickening.
"The fact that the blood stains are still there the morning after is horrific."
In a press release this afternoon, Detective Inspector Paul Speight said: “The investigation is in its early stages however initial enquiries suggest this was a targeted attack. We are keen to speak to anyone who was in the Alderson or Smithdown Road area around 8.50pm yesterday evening and witnessed the incident, or any suspicious behaviour.”
He continued: “If you live or work locally and have home or business CCTV, or were driving past and have dashcam footage, please check and let us know as soon as you can.
“Knife crime will not be tolerated under any circumstances and we will do our utmost to bring those responsible to justice.”
Merseyside police have requested that anyone with information regarding the incident contact either @MerPolCC, call 101 , quoting the reference number 19100031587 or @CrimestoppersUK anonymously on 0800 555 111.
The Liverpool Tab will keep you updated as this story develops.