First he stabs him and then runs away with his bicycle: a manhunt in Fiumicino

The victim of the attack was hospitalized urgently at Grassi di Ostia. The Aggressor is wanted for attempted murder.

A cyclist was attacked and reduced to serious condition this afternoon in Fiumicino. It was around 15.00 when in via Pietro Artedi the man was stabbed several times by what would be a stranger, with the only apparent aim of stealing his bicycle. The story is told by the newspaper the messenger. The 118 emergency services arrived on the spot and rescued the cyclist by transporting him urgently to the Grassi hospital in Ostia. Hospitalized in red code given the stab wounds he sustained, he is not in danger of life and the hospital code was already in the course of the day switched to yellow.

The police of the Fiumicino hospital investigate what happened to track down the attacker and clarify whether, in addition to the robbery, behind the violence that could be configured as an attempted murder, there is another motive besides that of robbery. From an initial reconstruction it would emerge that before the stab wounds and the theft of the bicycle there would have been a quarrel culminating in the aggression and the stabs. Video surveillance cameras will also be sifted to track down the man.


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