New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern says there is no evidence that a stabbing incident that took place at a supermarket in Dunedin is a domestic terror attack. The BBC reports that four people have been injured, three of whom are now in critical condition, after a stabbing attack at a New Zealand supermarket. The stabbing took place at a Countdown store in the city of Dunedin on the South Island. Bystanders tackled the attacker, who was then arrested. Ardern said the motive was not clear but that there was no indication it was a domestic terror event.