A second suspect has been arrested in connection with the stabbing that took place in the Albert Heijn supermarket on Genneperweg last Thursday.
The first man arrested was found to have nothing to do with the case, according to the police. Later on Thursday, a second man was arrested, a 42-year-old from Eindhoven. He is a suspect in the case.
On Sunday afternoon, the third person in the case – the second suspect – was arrested. This is a 41-year-old man, also from Eindhoven. He turned himself in to the police station and is in custody.
The suspects are both known to the victim. The police said that they were still investigating the exact cause of the stabbing.
Bij 'n steekincident in 'n winkel aan het Franz Leharplein in #Eindhoven raakte rond half tien een man lichtgewond. Hij werd ter plekke behandeld. De verdachte ging er vandoor, maar werd zojuist aangehouden. Slachtoffer en verdachte kennen elkaar. De aanleiding is nog onbekend
— Politie Oost-Brabant (@politieob) August 25, 2021
Translation by: Hang Vu.