TWO teenagers have been arrested following a bombing in York which left a man seriously injured on the head.
North Yorkshire Police said the victim, a man in his 30s, was taken to hospital where he was treated with a serious head injury.
The incident happened around 9:15 p.m. Saturday after a number of people gathered near the river near Millennium Bridge in York.
The suspects, two men aged 16 and 18, have been released under investigation as investigations continue.
Inspector Lee Pointon said police are working with the community to tackle criminal and anti-social behavior in the area.
He said: “While we may not have a permanent presence in any given area, we are aware that Millennium Bridge is one of the areas where large groups sometimes congregate.
“For this reason, this is one of many neighborhoods in York that are subject to dispersal orders. We also strive to include it in our patrols as frequently as possible.
“A dispersal order will be in place at this location and at Knavesmire this weekend from Friday evening to Sunday evening, giving officers the power to remove people from the area to avoid disruption.”
Inspector Pointon added, “Although many of those gathering in this area are teenagers, I want to point out that some of the incidents we have faced involve adults.
“We continue to work with residents and other organizations to combat anti-social and criminal behavior and provide a visible police presence in this region. We encourage residents to let us know of any incidents or issues and to continue working with us so that we can resolve any issues as a community.
Anyone with concerns or information about antisocial and criminal behavior can report them to North Yorkshire Police by calling 101 and selecting option 1.