FOOTAGE of a violent fight that broke out in a Brit city centre – which resulted in a teenage boy being stabbed – has emerged.
The fight broke out on Bull Street in Birmingham on February 26.
During the altercation, a 16-year-old was stabbed in the leg although his injuries were not thought to be serious.
In CCTV footage released by police, the teen is seen being chased into a British Heart Foundation charity shop by two men before being wrestled to the ground.
The video then cuts to the two men leaving the shop and fleeing the scene.
It does not show the moment the 16-year-old is stabbed however one of the teens appears to be holding a knife.
West Midlands Police released the footage in the hope of tracing the two men.
In the caption, they asked: “Do you recognise these two teenagers?
“We are appealing for info after a 16-year-old boy was stabbed in the leg in Bull Street, Birmingham at 5.30pm on Tues 26 Feb.
“If you recognise them, please contact us via Live Chat or call 101. Quoting ref 20BW/48973J/19.”
The footage has been seen more than 1,000 times since it was posted to Twitter today.
Knife crime has become a plague to the streets of London in recent weeks and, in the space of just 16 days, 14 people have been killed.
It has now emerged that police made more than 500 arrests in an attempt to fight back.
Yesterday, a 14-year-old suffered a two-inch slash in her neck after a group of 15 allegedly jumped her in Coventry.
Daily Star Online previously revealed how something as trivial as wearing baggy jeans could prove the difference between life and death.