A teenage boy has been left with life-changing injuries after a stabbing in central London.

The incident happened in Cranbourn Street, Leicester Square just before 2.30am yesterday (June 18).

Officers and London Ambulance Service crews were called to the scene and found a teen injured.

He was taken to hospital treatment where his injuries were assessed as not life-threatening but life-changing.

No arrests have been made as police enquires continue.

A spokesperson for Metropolitan Police said: “Police were called to Cranbourn Street, WC2 at about 02:28hrs on Tuesday, 18 June following reports of a stabbing.

“Officers attended the scene alongside colleagues in London’s Ambulance Service.

"A man, aged in his late teens was found suffering with stab wounds.

“He was taken to hospital where his injuries have been assessed as not life-threatening but life-changing.

"At this early stage no arrests have been made.

"A crime scene remains in place at the location and enquiries are ongoing.

“Anyone with information about the incident should call 101 quoting 664/18JUN."