Plumstead Common and Catford stabbings: Man in court on attempted murder charges (From News Shopper)
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Plumstead Common and Catford stabbings: Man in court on attempted murder charges
A SYDENHAM man has appeared in court accused of attempted murder following two stabbings on Plumstead Common and in Catford.
Archibald Reverent Foster, 47, of Tredown Road, appeared at Woolwich Crown Court today (Sept 20) charged with two counts of attempted murder.
It comes after a 31-year-old woman was taken to hospital suffering from stab wounds to her legs, neck, hands and fingers following an attack in Plumstead on September 5.
Police have linked the case to an earlier stabbing in Bromley Road, Catford where a 26-year-old woman was taken to hospital suffering from injuries to her hand, arm and leg on August 22.
Foster will next appear in court on November 25 for a plea hearing.
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