Indian student stabbed multiple times in Australia allegedly for money

A 28-year-old Indian student was stabbed multiple times in the face, chest and abdomen in Australia by a man who allegedly demanded money, authorities said.

The incident took place around 10.30pm on October 6 as Shubham Garg was walking along the Pacific Highway, NSW Police said in a statement on Monday. Police have arrested Daniel Norwood and the 27-year-old suspect is charged with attempted murder after Garg allegedly suffered multiple stab wounds to the face, chest and abdomen, the The telegraph of the day reports the newspaper.

The man (Garg) suffered multiple stab wounds to the face, chest and abdomen; he sought help from a nearby house before being taken to Royal North Shore Hospital. The man underwent surgery and remains there in serious but stable condition, according to the statement from NSW Police.

Garg was approached by a stranger near Pacific Highway Lane Cove on Thursday. The stranger allegedly threatened him when he demanded money, In the creek reports the newspaper.

The man refused and was allegedly stabbed several times in the abdomen before the attacker fled, the report added.

Help was called. North Shore Police District Command attended and located the injured man and established a crime scene, he said.

Officers attached to North Shore Police Area Command investigated the stabbings and trained Strike Force Prosy, he said.

Following extensive investigations by Strike Force Prosy detectives, a search warrant was executed at a house on the Pacific Highway in Greenwich at around 3.40pm on Sunday.

Norwood, of Gosford, who was arrested at the scene and taken to Chatswood Police Station, where he was charged with one count of attempted murder after the alleged stabbing, the statement said.

A number of items were seized from the home and were taken for forensic examination, he added.

He was refused bail and appeared in Hornsby Local Court on Monday and will remain in custody at the next court appearance.

The Police Media Unit has advised the following to In the creek“We can confirm that the men did not know each other prior to the incident.”

The Indian consulate in Sydney provided consular assistance to the individual, the news agency reported. ANI. “Australian High Commission helps facilitate visa for family member: Australian High Commission spokesperson on Indian student stabbed multiple times in Australia,” he added.

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