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Man accused of murder bid at Belfast petrol station

By Alan Erwin

Published 03/06/2016

Gareth Bradley (29) appeared before the city's Magistrates Court yesterday accused of inflicting wounds on another man early on Wednesday
Gareth Bradley (29) appeared before the city's Magistrates Court yesterday accused of inflicting wounds on another man early on Wednesday

A man charged with attempted murder has been remanded in custody over an alleged knife attack at a Belfast filling station.

Gareth Bradley (29) appeared before the city's Magistrates Court yesterday accused of inflicting wounds on another man early on Wednesday.

The alleged victim is understood to have undergone surgery following the incident at a garage on the Andersonstown Road.

Bradley, of Woodbourne Court in Belfast, faces charges of attempted murder, wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm, and possessing a knife with intent to commit attempted murder.

No further details were disclosed, but a detective constable said he could connect Bradley to the alleged offences.

A defence solicitor told the court his client underwent a lengthy series of interviews and may be subjected to an identification procedure. Bradley was remanded in custody to appear again by video-link on June 7.

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