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Adelaide teens charged with assault after Hindley Street convenience store worker stabbed – ABC News

Police charge two teenagers with assault after a stabbing attack left a Hindley Street convenience store worker in hospital with a knife wound to his back.



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Two teenage girls have been charged over the stabbing of a convenience store worker in Adelaide’s CBD overnight.

  • The girls, aged 15 and 16, have been charged with assault causing serious harm
  • The victim was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for treatment
  • Police said he sustained a minor stab wound to his back

Police and paramedics were called to the store, the Hindley Street Express Supermarket, just after 1:00am.
A 15-year-old from Auldana and a 16-year-old from Cumberland Park were allegedly…

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