Boston Police are investigating after a person was stabbed in the city's South End on Monday afternoon.
It happened near 26 Atkinson St. around 2 p.m. Police said the victim's injuries are not life-threatening.
No one is in custody at this time.
Over the last week or so there has been a spike in violent crime, troubling community groups, city officials and of course businesses and residents in the city. The crimes have been varied and in different parts of the city.
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Police arrested five teenagers after cell phone video showed them brutally attacking a woman in Downtown Crossing last week, reportedly because they didn't like that she wore her hair in braids.
Two women were stabbed and suffered life-threatening injuries after a fight outside a bar in the Theater District early Wednesday morning.
In Chinatown, two men were shot and were critically hurt after a street fight on April 17. That is just one of several recent shootings in the city, some of which have been deadly.
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Mayor Michelle Wu has called the uptick in these crimes "very difficult" and "traumatic." Police and advocacy groups say they are working to curb the violence.
This is a developing story. Check back for updates.