Illustration of a police car. - C. Allain / 20 Minutes

A man was seriously injured with a knife Thursday near Nancy, when he was suspected of domestic violence on his spouse, who fled with his brother, we learned Saturday from the prosecution of Nancy. "Following domestic violence which would have been committed" Wednesday by a man born in 1991, his concubine "calls by telephone his brother who lives in Hérault", explained the public prosecutor of Nancy, François Pérain, confirming information from L'Est Républicain .

The brother then makes all the way to Vandoeuvre-les-Nancy, south of Nancy, on Thursday and "arrived at his sister's home, an altercation occurs" between the two men. "The first would have stabbed the second with three knives (two in the thigh and one in the left flank) then left the apartment in the company of his sister (and concubine of the victim) leaving the injured victim without help being helped be called, "said the prosecutor.

The injured man was hospitalized and "his life prognosis is no longer in question," added François Pérain. On the run, the brother and sister "are wanted throughout the national territory," he said. According to Republican East, they would have left with the couple's one year old child.


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