The 43-year-old bottle store manager was left injured after being stabbed by a patron a short while ago. The victim immediately contact that the members of the recreation unit South Africa to come and assist him at a bottle store in Moss Street at around 10:48. When they arrived at the scene they found a man standing in the passage while bleeding excessively from the stab wound to his hand. The man explained how he ended up in that situation, a customer was busy arguing with one of his employees and did not even want to stand on the line then when the store manager tried to interview he stabbed him and the hand.
The suspect then fled the store in an unknown direction, police are urging members of the public with any information that could lead to the arrest of the suspect to come forward. The wounded man received first aid on scene before being transported privately to a medical facility. This is proof that there are a lot of criminals out there who just portray themselves as normal people then do evil things that are unexpected.
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