A Canadian tourist (35) was stabbed to the shoulder to steal his cell phone when he walked through the settlement of Montserrat, Buenos Aires, three blocks from where he attacked Swedish Christopher Person, who had to amputate his leg last year. after being shot by a criminal.
Everything happened shortly two o'clock this morning on the street Peru to 400, the corner of Venezuela. According to police sources, the victim was "in an apparent state of drunkenness" and "wounded with a knife at the height of the shoulder".
An ambulance was taken by tourists to the hospital in Arhehir, which according to spokespersons received the appropriate medication and The violation was "superficial".
It was then determined that there were four thieves who intercepted him. One of them attacked with a cripple. After injury to the shoulder, He stole his mobile phone and escaped.
Procedures for armed robbery were initiated with the intervention of the brigade at the municipal police station 1 of the City Police.
According to sources, three suspects were arrested.
Swedish tourist Christopher Persson was attacked on the night of December 30 last year at the intersection of Tacuari and Venezuela, a block from Avenue de Julio 9, also in Montserrat.
Person, 36, went with his girlfriend, a reporter named Maria Izzo, when he was surprised by a young man who killed him for stealing.
Christopher Persson, a Swedish tourist who had his right leg amputated while trying to rob him. Photos Ruben Digilio
After being injured, tourists rushed to the hospital in Arhehir, where doctors had to amputate their right foot for a sustained injury.
In the case, two perpetrators of the attack were arrested: Roberto "Chico" Gramajo (24), who admitted to firing, although he said the strike was accidental; and Rodrigo Pelaez, 22, who drove the gray Peugeot 207 with which they went out to steal.