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Teen stabbed twice as Melbourne CBD flat stormed

  • Teenager, 18, stabbed in head and lower leg when thugs stormed Melbourne flat
  • He was taken to hospital covered in blood after the early-morning Sunday attack
  • Friends tried to fight off the attackers but two of them stabbed him and fled 

A teenager was stabbed in the head and leg in a vicious attack when three men stormed a flat in Melbourne’s CBD.

The 18-year-old was wheeled to an ambulance outside the apartment block on Little Bourke Street after the attack about 7am on Sunday.

A thick bandage was wrapped around his head to stanch the bleeding and paramedics had to cut open his jeans to treat the wound to his lower left leg.

A teenager was stabbed in the head and leg in a vicious attack when three men stormed a flat in Melbourne’s CBD

A thick bandage was wrapped around his head to stanch the bleeding and paramedics had to cut open his jeans to treat the wound to his lower left leg

A thick bandage was wrapped around his head to stanch the bleeding and paramedics had to cut open his jeans to treat the wound to his lower left leg

He was taken to hospital with serious but not life-threatening injuries. Police said the three men were known to him.

Friends tried to fight off the attackers but two of them men stabbed him before fleeing and remain on the run hunted by police. 

Another man, Adnandez Abdir, suffered minor cuts to his lip and forehead which he said was from a scuffle with the attackers outside the street.

‘They hit me in the forehead for no reason, bro,’ he told Seven News.

Another man, Adnandez Abdir, suffered minor cuts to his lip and forehead which he said was from a scuffle with the attackers outside the street

Another man, Adnandez Abdir, suffered minor cuts to his lip and forehead which he said was from a scuffle with the attackers outside the street

The attack happened at this apartment block on Little Bourke Street in the Melbourne CBD about 7am on Sunday

The attack happened at this apartment block on Little Bourke Street in the Melbourne CBD about 7am on Sunday

However, police couldn’t confirm if the violence continued outside, and noted Mr Abdir wasn’t cooperating with the investigation.

Two of the three men were of Middle Eastern or Mediterranean appearance and one of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander appearance.

Several people inside the flat provided witness statements and police asked anyone else who may have seen something to come forward.



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