Supermarket worker attacked with a knife in Leeds store

editorial image
3
Have your say

A member of staff at a Lidl supermarket in Leeds was attacked with a knife last night.

It happened at the store on Harrogate Road in Chapel Allerton at around 6.10pm (Friday).

A spokeswoman for West Yorkshire Police confirmed that they had been called to reports that a store worker had been "assaulted with a knife". When they got there they found the man had a minor injury to his finger and didn't require hospital treatment.

Witnesses or anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quoting reference number 1401.

A North East Lincolnshire rogue trader who tricked 16 homeowners, including a woman from Crowle, out of hundreds of thousands of pounds has been jailed for over six years.

North East Lincolnshire rogue trader jailed for tricking homeowners out of hundreds of thousands of pounds