Man with knife arrested after major police operation, Sydney CBD

Man with knife arrested after major police operation, Sydney CBD

At least one person has been stabbed in a violent incident in Sydney’s CBD.

A man allegedly went on a rampage on King St between Clarence St and York St.

Witnesses say the man began randomly stabbing people.

Uber Driver Leon tells Steve Price the man jumped over the bonnet of his car near the Grace Hotel.

“He did have a knife in his hand… he had a little bit of blood on his shirt.

“Everyone was just running away from where the fire brigade truck was and the next thing I saw this guy jumping over the car.

“Definitely on something… he didn’t sound normal, obviously he wasn’t acting normal.”

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The situation has come to an end with one man in police custody.

NSW Ambulance has confirmed one woman was stabbed in the back, inside a hotel, and has been taken to hospital in a stable condition.

Members of the public cornered the man, with footage showing him being restrained underneath a milk crate and a chair.

The man can be heard screaming, “Shoot me! Shoot me in the f**king head!”.

Warning: Coarse language

NSW Police Superintendent Gavin Wood has commended the members of the public who detained him.

“They were bold, they were brave.

“They approached a person with… clear evidence of a stabbing previously.

“These people are heroes.”

Listener Tom tells Steve the Hotel CBD is in lockdown.

“He got tackled to the ground, had a knife.

“He’s definitely detained, they’ve taken him away.”

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Sky News journalist Laura Jayes is at the scene and posted a video of the suspect being arrested.

Feature image: Twitter/@kartiklad

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