On a crowded Saturday night, a man had been stabbed outside a local pub and is now in the hospital. Last night (Saturday, June 3), police surrounded the Old Horns Pub off Queslett Road in Great Barr and the surrounding area.
According to West Midlands Police, the 40-year-old man victim was stabbed around 7:15 pm on Saturday. The police said they were called to Queslett Road on Saturday night, and an investigation is still being conducted.
Residents appeared to be present in a significant way during the 999 employees’ swoop down on Queslett Road. Pictures from the arena show the entire pub blocked off and the venue’s observers observing the locals.
Old Horns Pub was open while police cordoned off the area because of an “incident.”
The Great Barr, Old Horns Pub, is under police guard. Police are reaching out with anyone with knowledge to get in touch with them. “We’re investigating after a man was once stabbed in Queslett Road, Great Barr, at all over 7.15 pm yesterday (June 3),” a West Midlands Police officer said.
A man in his 40s once had injuries that were not serious before being sent to the hospital.
The police accept tips via Live Chat on their website or by calling 101 and referencing incident number 20/489515/23. Inquiries are currently ongoing.
The police are directing the investigation; forensics were at the arena last night.