Customer slits teller's throat in Be'er Sheva bank
Be'er Sheva police arrest the attacker, a known customer at the bank.
A bank teller at Mizrahi-Tefahot branch in Be’er Sheva was severely injured on Sunday after a costumer slit his throat with a box cutter. The attacker was arrested.
The injured bank employee was transferred to Soroka hospital in Be'er Sheva in critical condition.
Be'er Sheva police reported that around 11:30 on Sunday, a 52-year-old man entered the bank. After a short while the man, a known customer at the bank, approached the teller and slit his throat with a box cutter.
The attacker is held in custody and might be sent to psychiatric evaluation.