Brisbane Waters Local Area Command
Police Seek Public Assistance Following Stabbing – Narara
Police are appealing for public assistance following the alleged stabbing of a teenager on the state’s central coast last week.
About 1.35am, Thursday 19 November, a male teenager was walking with three friends on Goonak Crescent, Narara when they were approached by two males before an altercation took place.
During the altercation one of the males allegedly stabbed the teenager in the right back and hip before leaving the area.
Police and emergency services were called a short time later and the teenager was taken to Gosford Hospital suffering a punctured lung.
A crime scene was established and examined by specialist officers.
The two males who approached the teenager and his friends are described as white/European, in their late teens or early 20’s.
The first male is described to police as 180 to 185cm tall, with light brown short hair and a tattoo on his left forearm. He was last seen wearing light grey coloured shorts and dark coloured cap and in the possession of a yellow t-shirt however was shirtless.
The second male is described as 175 to 180cm tall, with dark coloured short hair. He was last seen wearing multi-coloured board shorts, dark coloured top, and wearing a gold chain.
Police wish to interview persons who may be able to assist with inquiries into the incident and have released images of the persons Police wish to speak to.
Investigations into the incident continue and Police urge anyone with information to contact Brisbane Waters Police via Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.