TWO teenage boys stabbed in Stourbridge town centre on Tuesday remain in hospital as police continue to investigate.

One of the boys is in a critical but stable condition and the other is stable, police have confirmed today (March 17).

Police are continuing to appeal for information following the stabbings, which happened at a car park off the the Ryemarket Shopping Centre at around 5.30pm on March 15.

The teenagers, aged 14 and 15, were rushed to hospital following the incident.

Today a spokesperson for West Midlands Police said: “The two teenage boys remain in hospital, one still critical but stable and the other is stable. Our enquiries are moving at pace and we continue to appeal for anyone with information to come forward.”

The Ryemarket Shopping Centre and the multi-storey car park were closed on Wednesday as police continued to carry out their investigations, which saw officers recover a weapon.

They have both since reopened today.