Teenage boy hit by knife in Savoy Road, east Hull
A teenage boy escaped injury after he was chased by a man wielding a knife.
The victim, 15, was with a friend in Holderness Road, between 9pm and 10pm on Thursday, September 20.
They walked towards Ings Road and the Crooked Billet pub, visited a Chinese takeaway and then turned on to Ings Road, where they were approached by a man and woman.
An argument ensued, along with some pushing and shoving. A silver-coloured car stopped briefly before moving off.
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The victim and his friend turned on to Savoy Road towards Asda where a black sports car pulled up along side them and four unknown middle-aged men got out of the car.
One of the boys ran off and was chased by the men, one of which threw a knife at the teenager, hitting his left side.
Fortunately, he escaped without injury and contacted the police.
Anyone with information about the incident should call Humberside Police on 101, referring to log number 768 of September 20.