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Stabbed man found in toilet at Burpengary service station

A MAN suffering stab wounds was found in a toilet at the BP service station at Burpengary this morning.

Police were called to the scene at the Bruce Hwy service station about 4.25am and found the 25-year-old man injured but unable to tell them what had happened.

A police spokesman said no complaint was made by the injured man.

The man was transported to  Royal Brisbane Hospital with a stab wound to his chest.

His condition is reported to be stable.

A second stabbing occurred at Deception Bay Rd, Deception Bay about 1am.

It was alleged no complaint was made in this instance either.

Topics:  bp, burpengary, crime, stabbing




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