Police are hunting to communicate with a group of younger people today soon after a teen was uncovered critically hurt on a key street in the early several hours.
It arrives right after the 17-12 months-aged boy was discovered on the A75 amongst Castle Douglas Street and Glasgow Street in Dumfries at about 3.30am on Saturday, November 12.
The teenager was taken to Dumfries and Galloway Royal Infirmary for therapy and getting discovered on the street.
An investigation is currently being carried out into the incident, with police acquiring appealed for witnesses.
Officers have founded that a group of young men and women had been viewed on the overbridge of Hardthorn Highway in between close to 2.45am and 3.30am.
Police feel that they may well have information and facts which could support them in their investigation.
Detective sergeant Kelly Douglas explained: “We are continuing to get the job done to set up the complete instances of this incident and how the person was wounded and came to be on the A75.
“We are keen to talk to anybody who was in the space and in certain the team of youthful individuals we know ended up in the spot as they may possibly have info which could confirm beneficial.
“We would also be keen to converse to any person else with any info or probably dashcam footage which has not nevertheless been passed to police.
“Anyone with information can contact law enforcement on 101, quoting incident amount 0596 of November 12, 2022.”
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