Manhunt as young Brit man stabbed to death in Spain after ‘fight at house party’
A young British man has been stabbed to death in Spain reportedly after a fight at a house party.
Spanish media has reported that a British man, thought to be around 18 years old, was found with fatal stab wounds late on Thursday, October 1, after a fight broke out in Cuidad Quesada near Alicante on the Costa Blanca.
The victim was allegedly discovered on the street after he’d run outside to get help, but had collapsed.
The suspect is said to have fled the scene.
The Olive Press, a Spanish expat newspaper, has reported that a manhunt is now underway by the Guardia Civil following the incident.
The victim is believed to be a young man from the Woodvale area of Southport, aged approximately 18 years old.
He is well known in the Southport area, according to the Liverpool Echo.
The Olive Press reported that a fight broke out in Quesada during a house party.
Local police have said the victim was ‘stabbed in the neck’ after the brawl ‘spilled out onto the street’.
Ciudad Quesada is a popular tourist hotspot located approximately 8 kilometres inland from the Costa Blanca at Guardamar de la Segura.
The area has a golf course and its own waterpark, with Blue Flag beaches a 10 minute drive away.
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