A teenage boy was repeatedly knocked back in the back after being "targeted" by a couple of teens robbers.
Mladic, 17, was flushed in front of the B & M Bargains store in Preston in 4.55 hours.
They drove him to Victoria Hospital in Blackpool Hospital through ambulances, where doctors treated him for injuries that were not life-threatening.
A police spokesman in Lancashire said, "We appeal to the information after killing in Preston.
"It happened around 16:45 in the afternoon near the B & M Bargain on Carlisle Street.
"Three teenagers who are thought to have smoked a 17-year-old boy from Preston at age 15 to 18, and attacked him. During the incident, he had stinging wounds on his back and stolen his bike."
Inspector Chris Walsh added, "We think it was a targeted attack and that the attackers and the victims were also familiar with each other.
NAPAD was "targeted"
"We have more officers working on the search for the perpetrator and the arrest."
It comes as a pandemic crime in Britain.
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Yesterday, frozen CCTV footage showed two men faced with macadams in front of a number of scared customers in Newcastle.
And the video also appeared two armed gangs in conflict in a quiet residential street in Kent after a car accident.
In one of the firing snippets, one can hear a frightened witness inviting a family member to "come in" before adding, "It's on our man on the threshold."
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