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    March 23

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Suspected fatal stabbing in Swan Street


Added 14 April 2018


A large crowd has gathered at the scene of the incident. (Picture by Reco Moore.)

Shopping in Bridgetown has come to a screeching halt following the apparent stabbing death of a woman.

Hundreds of onlookers have gathered on the scene on Swan Street, attempting to get a glimpse of the body which is still inside the store where the incident allegedly occurred.

The victim is a 36-year-old nail technician who was on the job at the time of the incident.

The suspect reportedly fled the area.

Members of the Royal Barbados Police Force are on the scene carrying out their investigations. 

Police public relations officer Acting Inspector Rodney Inniss gives an update in this video.



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