Ron Bull/torstar news service
Two convenience store clerks were stabbed yesterday morning in separate robberies, one in the east end of Toronto and the second in Oshawa.
A 23-year-old clerk was repeatedly stabbed in the stomach during an early morning holdup at a Mac’s store on Tapscott Road, near the Malvern Town Centre, Toronto police said.
He was rushed to the trauma centre at Sunnybrook hospital, where he underwent surgery. As of last night he remained in serious but stable condition.
Michael Miller, 32, of Toronto is charged with robbery, attempted murder, a weapons offence and failure to comply with probation orders.
Meanwhile, another convenience store clerk is recovering in hospital from stab wounds to his arm and chest incurred during a robbery at a Best Variety in Oshawa.