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Man, 29,remanded over Belfast stabbing

University Street in south Belfast
Police have appealed for witnesses to the stabbing

A 29-year-old man has been remanded in custody charged with attempted murder.

Raymond Millar, of University Street, Belfast, was accused of trying to kill Michael Hedley, also 29, at University Street, at about 0400 GMT on Saturday.

Mr Hedley was taken to hospital for treatment. No other details about the stabbing were disclosed at court in Belfast on Monday.

A detective constable said he could connect Mr Millar with the charges. He was remanded in custody for one month.



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