Police are today investigating another stabbing incident that occurred in St George’s yesterday that resulted in another 15-year-old teenaged boy in need of treatment for a non-life threatening injury.

Police say the teen was stabbed in the chest in the attack. The victim, 15, needed treatment at the Lamb Foggo clinic.

The incident occurred near the junction of York Street and Queen Street shortly before 5.30pm on Monday (Feb 28).

A police spokesman said: “Details are limited at this time. Anyone with information on this incident is urged to get in contact with us by calling 211 the main police number, 295 0011 or, the independent and confidential Crime Stoppers number, 800 8477.”

This latest incident follows a series of knife attacks in recent weeks, including an incident this past weekend involving two teens – both 15-year-old males.

Detective Inspector Derricka Burns of the Criminal Investigations Unit said today: “The growing incidence of crime involving bladed articles is concerning and impacts us all as a community.

“Please do your part to help make Bermuda safer, by coming forward and sharing any information you may have on this, or, any other criminal activity.”