A 16-year-old boy is in hospital after being stabbed in an tried homicide in Renfrewshire.
The teenager was attacked after being approached by two male youths at a bus cease throughout from Thorn Court in Johnstone at round 12.20pm on Wednesday.
Police Scotland mentioned the sufferer was assaulted and stabbed after changing into concerned in an altercation, with the drive treating the incident as tried homicide.
Emergency providers attended and the boy was taken to hospital, the place medical workers describe his situation as steady.
The attackers fled via Thorn Court.
Both suspects are described as slim and of their mid to late-teens.
One had brown hair and was sporting a dark-coloured tracksuit high and bottoms, with the hood up or a baseball cap on.
The different suspect was sporting a light-coloured high and a bag round his chest.
The drive mentioned an 18-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday evening in reference to the incident however has since been launched pending additional enquiries.
Officers are gathering related CCTV footage from the encircling space for any further data.
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Detective Inspector Nicky Beattie mentioned: “At this stage the motive is unknown for this attack and a 16-year-old has been seriously injured.
“I’m interesting to any members of the general public who had been in and across the space yesterday on the time of the incident to get in contact with us with any data, regardless of how small.
“If you have any recording equipment, such as doorbell or dashcams, please check the footage as you could have images which would assist our ongoing enquiries.”