Winklespruit resident stabbed Winkle resident stabbed

2016-09-14 06:00

A MAN was stabbed after two robbers entered his home in Winkle-spruit on Wednesday 7 September.

According Amanzimtoti SAPS communications officer Captain Charlene van der Spuy, the victim and his wife were asleep when they were awoken by the sound of glass breaking.

“They heard a loud bang as if the door was being kicked and then two unknown men, armed with knives, entered their house,” she said.

The wife ran to the bathroom and locked herself in, but the suspects kicked open the bathroom door.

“The suspects demanded cash and the keys to their vehicle, a Ford Ranger, which was parked outside.

“The men went through their belongings and took a laptop, cellphone, Tablet, wallet and cash.

The suspects stabbed the husband Thembinkosi Ntongana in the chest before fleeing in the Ranger.

Ntongana was rushed to the hospital and a friend alerted the police.

A case of attempted murder and robber is being investigated by Amanzimtoti SAPS.

- Supplied.

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