Police swarm street as teenage boy ‘stabbed’ in Slough

A teenage boy has reportedly been stabbed in a street in Slough, London.

Cops swarmed the residential street and video footage emerged of a person lying on the ground in a hi-vis vest.

Initial reports suggested a police officer had been stabbed, however a local shop assistant told Daily Star Online it was a teenager.

A local shop assistant said: "It was a teenage boy, someone attacked him outside my shop at around 4pm.

"There's still loads of police everywhere.

"It was horrible, I hope he's okay."

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The attack is believed to of happened just off of Elliman Avenue, on Shackleton Road, which appears to have been cordoned of

Footage from the scene shows several police cars at the foot of the road with several more in the street

In the clip, officers can be seen crowding around what appears to be a body in the road.

Other videos show a large police presence in the area, with emergency vehicles using blue flashing lights.

The alleged stabbing comes days after a knifeman attacked the leader of a mosque in Regent's Park during late afternoon prayer.

The man is reported to have run into London Central Mosque in Regent's Park and stabbed the Muaddin in the neck.

A witness to the attack said the suspect had been a regular in the mosque and had been attending since at least six months ago.

Daily Star Online has contacted Thames Valley Police for comment.

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