Calls For Crackdown On Knife Sales Following Stabbing Of Domino’s Driver

Police have arrested four teenagers in relation to the alleged stabbing of a Domino’s pizza delivery driver on Saturday evening. 

The 40-year-old driver was making a delivery to a Bellbird Park home in Ipswich at around 7:15PM.

Upon arriving at the scene, the driver discovered the occupants of the home never made the order and that their address had been fraudulently used. 

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As the driver walked back to his vehicle, four teens were captured on CCTV approaching the Domino’s worker before allegedly stabbing him several times in his upper body. 

The driver managed to escape the alleged attackers, get back into his car and flee the scene. 

The man made it back to the store with serious injuries where staff attempted first aid before paramedics arrived. 

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The man was then transported to a nearby hospital where he now remains in stable condition.

Four teenagers were arrested at a Redbank Plains address a short time after the alleged attack. 

Police have charged two 17-year-old males, a 16-year-old male and a 15-year-old male with armed robbery and acts intended to cause grievous bodily harm. 

The teenagers have been refused bail. 

The attack has renewed calls for the state government to implement a crackdown on youth knife sales.

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