Woolloomooloo stabbing: Three charged after 17-year-old boy allegedly stabbed

Three people have been charged after a public spit on the port of Sydney escalated when a teenage boy was allegedly stabbed.

Detectives have arrested and charged three people, including a 15-year-old boy, after a teenager was allegedly stabbed several times in Sydney’s CBD.

Emergency crews were called to Yurong Parkway in the port pocket of Woolloomooloo after reports of a physical altercation and stabbing late Saturday.

Police were told a 17-year-old boy had been stabbed several times, allegedly by a group of three men, who then fled the area on foot.

The injured boy was treated on the spot before being driven to St Vincent’s Hospital in a critical but stable condition.

Officers from Kings Cross and Sydney City Police Area Command combed the area in pursuit of the alleged attackers, but came up empty-handed.

After further investigations, police arrested a 15-year-old boy in a home in Frenchs Forest just after noon Sunday.

He was taken to Manly police station, where another 17-year-old boy also attended a few hours later.

Both were charged with robbery in the company of causing wounds / grievous bodily harm. They were denied bail and will appear in a children’s court today.

Officers also arrested a 22-year-old man in a home in Berkshire Park on Sunday night.

He was taken to St Mary’s Police Station and also charged with robbery in the company of causing wounds / serious bodily injury.

He was denied bail and will appear in Penrith Local Court today.

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