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Teenager stabbed in city centre

A teenager has been arrested after a 16-year-old boy was stabbed on one of Cardiff's busiest streets.

South Wales Police say the youth received stab wounds to his chest and arm on Queen Street in the city centre at 1930 BST on Tuesday.

A 16-year-old boy was arrested and remains in custody.

The victim was taken to the University Hospital of Wales where he is in a stable condition. It is understood his injuries are not life threatening.

The stabbing happened at the Sainsbury's end of the pedestrianised shopping street.

It is understood the teenagers were "known to each other".

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