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UPDATE: Security officer injured in supermarket stabbing


Added 14 January 2018


A 52 year old security officer was in hospital last night after being stabbed in the chest by an assailant at Jordan's Supermarket on Fairchild Street, where he worked.

Police are conducting investigations into the incident which left Anderson Bend injured. It occurred sometime around 8:00 pm, on Saturday January 13th.

According to a statement from the Royal Barbados Police Force's Public Relations Officer Inspector Roland Cobbler, preliminary investigations revealed that Bend had reasons to speak to a man who was misbehaving in the supermarket.

The two men subsequently became involved in an altercation, and the assailant stabbed Bend in the chest with a broken bottle before fleeing the scene. Bend was transported to the to QEH by ambulance for treatment. (PR/AL-F)


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