New Zealand police stabbed a man in Auckland, injuring four

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A man stabbed a man in the New Zealand city of Auckland, injuring four, police said was a reckless attack and arrested the attacker.

On June 23, 2022, the AP news agency reported that a man stabbed a man with a knife in the suburbs of Murrays Bay on the northern coast of New Zealand. Four people were reported injured.

The local police chief said the incident in Auckland was a “discreet attack”. Initially, there was no indication that it was a hate crime.

While eyewitnesses helped to track down and surround the perpetrators. after he started stabbing people One of the eyewitnesses used a cane to intercept the perpetrator. The incident happened in less than 10 minutes and the police were able to arrest the perpetrator.

Police also said The attacker was carrying a large knife and was injured while in custody. Officers were taken to hospital for treatment.

In 2021, New Zealand witnessed two violent attacks at supermarkets, with a 43-year-old man fatally stabbed in May at a supermarket in Dunedin, injuring four people. He was charged with four counts of attempted murder and sentenced to 13 years in prison. In September, extremists stabbed five people in an Auckland supermarket before being murdered by police.

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