24/03/2004

Man stabbed in car hijacking

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed during a car hijacking in Co Antrim on Tuesday.

The incident occurred at the Kingsway Complex in Dunmurry at around 10pm.

The man was getting into his vehicle when he was approached by another man who demanded his keys.

When he refused to hand them over the assailant stabbed him in the leg and knee before making off in the victim's car.

(MB)

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