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13 October 2020 02:37

Providing further details, a police spokesperson said: "The first incident occurred at approximately 8.10pm on Ormeau Avenue.

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Belfast news: Three women in Belfast were stabbed last night in a series of brutal attacks FREE now and never miss the top politics stories again. SUBSCRIBE Invalid email Sign up fornow and never miss the top politics stories again. We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Police are appealing for information after three women walking along the street sustained stab wounds.

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They believe the suspect is a male, who used a pedal bike to get across Belfast for the attacks. All three women have been taken to hospital for injuries, which are believed to be non-life threatening. Trending Police have launched a manhunt for the alleged man after the horror series of attacks, which took place within the space of two hours. A spokesperson for the PSNI said: ""The first incident occurred at approximately 8.10pm on Ormeau Avenue. "The second occurred at approximately 9.00pm on Donegall Square West.

"And the third occurred at approximately 10.00pm on University Road." MORE TO FOLLOW Belfast news: The PSNI has launched an appeal for more information on the bloodbath The stabbing followed the PSNI's appeal for more information after last weeks shooting in Coleraine. Sally Cummings, 61, was shot in the head and is currently "fighting for her life" in hospital. Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell said the investigation into the "vile and callous attack" was believed to have been carried out by "three or more men". He added: "The gunmen fired through numerous windows indiscriminately not knowing where the lethal bullets would end up. "This clearly highlights the blatant disregard these criminal gangs have for their own community." Never miss a thing from Belfast and beyond - sign up for FREE updates direct to your email inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribing See our privacy notice Invalid Email Three women have been stabbed in separate incidents in Belfast on Monday night, police say. The PSNI said the stabbings occurred between 8pm and 10pm on October 12. All three victims have been taken to hospital for treatment on their injuries which are not believed to be life threatening. Providing further details, a police spokesperson said: "The first incident occurred at approximately 8.10pm on Ormeau Avenue. The second occurred at approximately 9.00pm on Donegall Square West. And the third occurred at approximately 10.00pm on University Road. "Police believe the male suspect in all three incidents was riding a pedal cycle. Police would appeal to anyone who witnessed any of these incidents or anyone who has dash-cam footage to contact police at Lisburn Road on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference numbers 1886; 1943 and 2122 12/10/20, or submit a report online using our non-emergency reporting form via /. "You can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at -uk.org/."