Sweden Police arrest suspect in Jewish woman stabbing

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 15, 2019 10:00
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The Sweden Police arrested on Wednesday a suspect for stabbing a Jewish woman in Helsingborg.

The 60-year-old Jewish woman was critically wounded in a multiple stabbing attack that occurred on Tuesday, as a witness told Swedish media that “I heard her cry and plead for help after the attack. She shouted, ‘Help me, help me.’”

The suspect had been identified by the police using camera footage from the scene, and claimed that there is no evidence that there is no reason to believe that the attack occurred due to the victim being Jewish or her work place.

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