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Man to face attempted murder charges

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A man has been remanded in custody and will appear back in court next month on charges of attempted murder and possession of a knife.

As previously reported, Andrew Mayes, 36, of no fixed abode, was arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a stabbing in the car park of Asda on Holles Street in Grimsby at around 8.15pm on Friday, June 1.

He appeared at a hearing at Grimsby and Cleethorpes Magistrate Court on Monday, June 4.

A spokesperson at the court confirmed Mr Mayes is now set to appear at Hull Crown Court on Monday, July 2 on charges of attempted murder and ‘possession of an article which had a blade or was sharply pointed, namely a knife’.

Police at the scene at the car park of the Asda store on Holles Street in Grimsby. Photo: rogueb1tFPV

Humberside Police said over the weekend that the victim was in a stable condition at Castle Hill Hospital in Hull.

No update on his condition has yet been released.

After the arrest Detective Chief Inspector at Humberside Police Nicki Miller said: “I would like to thank everyone who came forward with information about the incident.

“Your help has been instrumental in helping us to establish the circumstances of what happened that night.”

Video footage at the scene from rogueb1tFPV:

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