British teenager is stabbed to death at house party in Spain as police launch manhunt
- A young British man was killed in Ciudad Quesada after being stabbed
- The victim is said to be an 18-year-old from the Woodvale area of Southport
- Incident is said to have taken place at a house party where an argument started
- Guardia Civil have reportedly launched a manhunt to find another British man
Spanish police have launched a manhunt for a British man after another Brit was stabbed to death at around 3am on Thursday morning at a house party.
According to news agency Efe, the two Britons got into an argument at a property in Ciudad Quesada near Alicante before one was fatally stabbed in the neck.
The victim, believed to be 18 years old, reportedly then went out into the street seeking help, but collapsed and died.
A young British man believed to be from the Woodvale area of Southport has been stabbed to death in Ciudad Quesada near Alicante. Spanish police have reportedly launched a manhunt, searching for another British man involved in the incident in the early hours of Thursday
He was later found on a public street in an unnamed urbanisation in Quesada.
Sources believe that the pair were both at a house party with their partners when the incident occurred.
The Olive Press, a Spanish expat newspaper, has reported that Spain’s Guardia Civil have launched a manhunt to find the alleged killer.
The Liverpool Echo has reported that the victim is a young man from the Woodvale area of Southport.
He is believed to be around 18 years old and well known in the Southport area, the report said.
The MailOnline has reached out to the Guardia Civil for comment.