RCMP seek suspect after person stabbed at Leduc intersection – Edmonton

Police are searching for a suspect as they examine what led to a driver being stabbed in Leduc on Thursday.

Mounties had been referred to as to a stabbing at the intersection of Highway 2A and Southfork Road at about 2:30 p.m., the RCMP mentioned.

“The victim transported himself to the Leduc Community Hospital where police attended and spoke with him,” the RCMP mentioned in a information launch.

“Police learned that the victim was driving northbound on Highway 2A when he and another driver both stopped and a physical confrontation occurred, resulting in the victim being stabbed.”

According to police, the sufferer suffered accidents to his chest, arm and leg. They didn’t present particulars on the severity of his accidents.

The RCMP mentioned the suspect drove away from the scene in an older mannequin inexperienced Jeep that had the highest down.

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The suspect is described as being a white man between 30 and 35 years previous with a scruffy, medium-size beard. Police mentioned he’s about 5-foot-seven or 5-foot-eight and weighs about 160 to 170 kilos.

The RCMP mentioned if anybody sees the suspect they need to not method him as they contemplate him to be armed and harmful.

Anyone with info on the whereabouts of the suspect or the suspect car is requested to name the Leduc RCMP detachment at 780-980-7267, their native police division or 911. Tips may also be anonymously submitted by calling Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or contacting them on-line at http://www.P3Tips.com.




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