A 50-YEAR-OLD has been charged with attempting to murder a teenager in a far-right “terror attack” in a Tesco car park.
Vincent Fuller will appear in court today also charged with a series of other offences, detectives from Counter Terrorism South East said.
The charges relate to an incident last Saturday at a Tesco car park in Stanwell, where a 19-year-old man was stabbed.
Terror cops said the victim was from southern Europe and believe his ethnicity was a motivation for the attack.
He was released from hospital on Monday after having an operation on his badly injured hands, police said.
Fuller, of Viola Avenue, Stanwell, was charged with attempted murder, possessing a bladed article, affray, having an offensive weapon and racially aggravated fear or provocation of violence.
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Surrey Police said it will be charged as a terrorism case, and confirmed that Fuller will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in Central London today.
Police were called to the village, which is near Heathrow Airport, at around 10.30pm last Saturday.
Armed police attended and detained a man an hour later in nearby Town Lane.
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