Stabbing at Gunma supermarket leaves 2 hurt
tokyoreporter.com -- Jul 11
Gunma Prefectural Police arrested a man after a stabbing incident at a supermarket in Maebashi City on Tuesday left two employees hurt, reports NHK

At around noon, police were tipped off that employees at an outlet of supermarket Beisia, located in the Iwagamimachi area, had been stabbed.

The victims, one male and one female, were rushed to a hospital with unspecified injuries. However, the condition of neither is considered life-threatening, police said.

Officers subsequently arrested the man, whose identity is not known, on suspicion of attempted murder. He was in possession of two knives upon his apprehension, police said.

前橋市のスーパーで75歳の男が副店長の男性を刺し殺そうとしたとして逮捕された事件で、男が「恨みがあった」などと話していることが分かりました。
News sources: tokyoreporter.com, ANNnewsCH
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