knifeman

knifeman

(ˈnaɪfmən)
n, pl -men
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a man who is armed with a knife, esp unlawfully
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Two British brothers hailed as heroes for tackling a knifeman linked to the death of a woman in Sydney have said they would do the same if it happened again because they are "protectors".
The thugs fled but bungling Alichanovas - described as "directing" the knifeman - left behind a bag bearing his DNA.
Holidaymakers were evacuated from Gatwick Airport baggage area after a suspected knifeman was spotted in the terminal, it is claimed.
A TAXI driver was threatened by a barefoot knifeman in an early morning attack yesterday.
A HOODED knifeman burst into a bookmakers and threatened a cashier for money.
A KNIFEMAN who forced his way into a pensioner's home and forced him to drive to a bank to withdraw cash is being hunted.
POLICE are searching for a knifeman who tried to steal a bike in Newcastle.
A CLOWN-masked knifeman burst through the doors of a shop brandishing an eight-inch knife.
Another woman was attacked by knifeman in North Nazimabad area of Karachi on Friday morning, becoming the 16th victim of such attacks which spread terror in the city.
The first happened at 10pm when a 29-year-old man was approached by a knifeman who threatened him and demanded his mobile phone and wallet.
Download Knifeman 'takes hostages at job centre in Newcastle' NNA - A man armed with a knife is believed to be holding several members of staff hostage at a job centre plus in Newcastle, police say.
Police said Friday the knifeman holding employees of Newscastle's Job Centre hostage has been arrested and all the people have been released from his capture.