Northern Ireland

Belfast stabbing accused remanded in custody

Laganside Courts
Image caption The man appeared at Belfast Magistrates Court on Wednesday

A man accused of trying to kill a woman during a break-in at her north Belfast home has been remanded in custody.

The 26-year-old victim suffered multiple stab wounds in the attack at Glenrosa Link on Tuesday morning.

Adam Ingram, 20, of Deacon Street in the city, appeared before Belfast Magistrates Court on charges connected to the stabbing.

He faces counts of attempted murder and aggravated burglary with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm.

It is alleged that Mr Ingram entered the woman's home as a trespasser armed with a knife.

He was connected to the charges during a brief hearing but made no bail application.

Mr Ingram was remanded in custody to appear again by video link on 25 September.