18/02/2019

Man Stabbed Twice In Separate Incidents In Belfast

A man has been stabbed in a fast food restaurant in north Belfast while paramedics treated him for an earlier stab wound.

Police are appealing for witnesses and information following the incident in the OldPark Road area on Sunday 17 February.
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At around 6.20pm it was reported that a man with a suspected stab wound had entered a fast food outlet in the area. Whilst paramedics were tending to his injury, an unknown male came into the premises and is alleged to have assaulted the wounded man. 

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