(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Thunder Bay Police Service officers with the Uniform Patrol Branch were dispatched to a reported assault that took place at a residence in the 200 block of May Street North at about 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14.
When officers arrived they learned an adult male had been the victim of an assault. As a result of the ongoing investigation, police located and arrested two male suspects near the scene.
The victim made their way over to the Brodie and Victoria avenue entrance of Victoriaville Mall where he bled out substantially before being transported to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre for treatment of their injuries. The nature of the victim’s injuries is not known at this time, but does not appear life-threatening.
The victim and accused males were known to each other. This investigation is now being handled by members of the Thunder Bay Police Service’s Major Crimes Unit.
The accused males remain in police custody. No further details are available at this time. Below is a photo of police holding the scene of a residence at Violet and May streets where a person was taken into custody shortly after the Victoriaville incident.
The investigation is ongoing.
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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Officers with the Thunder Bay Police Service (TBPS) forensics unit are currently on scene of a possible and likely stabbing in the city’s south side down town core.
The entrance to Victoriaville Mall at Brodie Street and Victoria Ave currently have police there investigating. Police have two males in custody pertaining to this incident. A short distance away a home near Violet and May was entered by police and a woman was seen being taken into police custody. Further details about her will be made available soon.
A couple piles of blood can be seen just inside the entrance to the mall along with what appears to be someone’s personal belongings. At least one person has been taken to the hospital.
Details are thin at this point and police are tight lipped about what happened.
People in the area are claiming that a stabbing had taken place.
The intersection is well-known for loitering and constant and blatant drug dealing activities, even tho the bar many blamed has been relocated for some time now.
More details will be published as they become available.