A suspect has been arrested in the case of a woman stabbed in the middle of the street on April 2 on Chaussée de Ninove in Anderlecht. The information was reported by Bruzz and the Belga news agency, citing “a good source,” however the Brussels Public Prosecutor’s Office has not yet confirmed this information.
On April 2 at 7:20 AM, the attempted murder occurred on Chaussée de Ninove in Anderlecht. The victim – who was accompanied by her three children at the time – was stabbed by an individual who fled to the Gare de l’Ouest.
She sustained a deep stab wound in the abdomen and was taken to the hospital. While initially in a critical condition, the woman’s health improved over the days following the incident.
On April 11, the federal police issued a wanted notice with photos of the alleged perpetrator. According to Bruzz and the Belga, a suspect was arrested on May 6 in the Netherlands. However, the details of his arrest and whether he will be extradited to Belgium are not yet known.
The Brussels Public Prosecutor’s Office has not yet made any comments on the matter.
The Brussels Times