Man charged with attempted murder after Tesco warehouse stabbing

By Dan Santy Monday 08 October 2012 Updated: 15/10 13:46

A MAN charged with attempted murder after a stabbing at Tesco's distribution plant in Crick has been remanded in custody.

The defendant, 20-year-old Rafal Lupowski-Nguyen Hai, of Murray Road, was charged with attempted murder and making threats to kill after an 18-year-old man was attacked on Friday (October 5) at around 6pm.

He was arrested soon afterwards and appeared at Northampton Magistrates Court yesterday (Monday).

The victim was taken to hospital with stab wounds but has since been released, a spokeswoman for Northamptonshire Police said.

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