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Hoxton kebab shop stabbing appeal: man charged with attempted murder

11:57 15 February 2013

Hackney police are appealing for witnesses following a stabbing in an Old Street kebab shop this week.

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A man was stabbed in the FCFK kebab shop between 7.40pm and 8pm on Tuesday February 12. He is currently in hospital in a stable condition.

DC Taylor from Hackney’s violent crime unit said, “Although a male has been charged with attempted murder, this is still an ongoing investigation and I continue to seek any witnesses who were in the vicinity and urge them to provide assistance.”

Please contact DC Taylor in the Violent Crime Unit on 0207 275 5140.

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