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Isle of Skye: Suspect due in court today is the husband of woman stabbed


A man accused of going on a rampage that left one person dead and three others seriously injured was charged with murder and three attempted murders.

Finlay MacDonald, 39, is accused of murdering John MacKinnon, who is believed to be his brother-in-law, with a firearm, turning the weapon on two more victims and stabbing his wife, Rowena MacDonald, 32.

MacKinnon, 47, was shot dead at home in the fishing village of Teangue on the Isle of Skye in a series of ‘linked’ incidents.

Police were called to the village of Tarskavaig at 9am on Wednesday following reports that his sister-in-law Rowena, had been stabbed in her home.

The alarm was then raised around 30 minutes later after a gunman opened fire on Mr MacKinnon at his home eight miles away.

A further two people were then injured in the Scottish mainland village of Dornie after further reports of gunfire. Osteopath John Don Mackenzie and his social worker wife Fay, both 63, were rushed to hospital following the attack.

Wednesday's horror began when the first victim, named locally as Mr MacKinnon's sister-in-law, Rowena MacDonald, 32, (pictured) was stabbed at a property in the village of Tarskavaig at around 9am



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