Two teenagers have pleaded guilty to multiple offences after a boy was stabbed in Wiltshire.

A 16-year-old boy was reportedly stabbed in the New Road area of Royal Wootton Bassett on Monday, June 3.

He was subsequently airlifted to hospital for treatment after sustaining serious injuries.

Three teenagers, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have since been charged in connection with the incident.

On Thursday, June 6, a 17-year-old from Royal Wootton Bassett appeared at Swindon Youth Court and pleaded guilty to possession of a knife blade in a public place, section 18 grievous bodily harm wounding with intent, and section 18 attempted wounding with intent.

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He was released on bail until Monday, July 15 when he is due to appear in court again.

Two other teenagers had already been charged following the incident.

They both appeared at the same court on Wednesday, June 5, charged with possession of a knife blade in a public place and a section 18 offence of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.

A 15-year-old boy from Royal Wootton Bassett pleaded guilty and was released on bail until July 15, when he will reappear at the same court.

A 17-year-old from Swindon did not enter a plea.

He was remanded to youth detention accommodation until he reappears in court on Monday, June 10.