Four girls stabbed at cinema in ‘sudden’ attack

Four girls aged between nine and 17 were stabbed in an “unprovoked” attack at a cinema in Massachusetts, US police have said.
A 21-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man were also found stabbed in a McDonald’s restaurant in an incident that may be connected, according to officers.

A man, whose identity has not been released, was taken into custody following a vehicle chase that ended in a crash in Sandwich, Cape Cod.
Police said a man came into the AMC Braintree 10 complex, south of Boston, at about 6pm local time on Saturday and entered one of the movie theatres without paying.
“Without saying anything and without any warning, he suddenly attacked the four young females,” the Braintree police department said in a statement.

“The attack appeared to be unprovoked. After the attack, the man ran out and left in a vehicle.”
The girls sustained non-life-threatening injuries and were taken to hospitals in Boston for treatment.
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The suspect’s vehicle – what appeared to be a black SUV – and number plate was seen on camera, police said.


A vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s vehicle was later seen in Plymouth, about 27 miles south of Braintree.
Police said it had left a McDonald’s restaurant, where a 21-year-old woman and a 29-year-old man were found stabbed and both were taken to hospitals with injuries.
Police found the vehicle another 20 miles south, in Sandwich, and attempted to pull it over, but it didn’t stop and later crashed.
The driver was taken into custody shortly afterward and was being treated at a hospital.

Source : Sky News