UPDATED: Intercity Mall Boot Stomp Beat Down
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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – Late this afternoon another violent event took place at a separate mall. The first serious incident of the day is alleged to have taken place at the Parkade beside Victoriaville Mall. A link to that story will be posted at the end of this article.

Witnesses on the scene of the Intercity Mall incident have told TRCCTB.COM that an Indigenous male was attacked by two people who were beating on him. After he sustained several substantial blows the duo then began to lay boots to the males head and body as he lay on the ground.

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Earlier we reported that witnesses believed the man was stabbed during the altercation. Since then we have received new information from a trusted source that the man was not stabbed, but was beat up very seriously.

We are still waiting for the director of communications at TBPS to release their findings in the matter.

The situation unfolded near the doors to the mall where the GNC is located. After the vicious beating, the male made his way to a bench near the doors where he waited for first responders to arrive, according to witnesses. He was pouring blood along the path that he was walking.

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”I walked in on the scene after the first responders were there. It was horrific. I never saw anything like that before in my life.” said a person who arrived at the scene after first responders.

”… I went on my break while the police were there, ambulance was leaving and blood ALL OVER the floor by customer service and all outside the entrance. Was scary s**t.” – An anonymous witness.

The Thunder Bay Police Service are once again hard at work, attempting to sort out this situation and are no doubt looking to press charges against the perpetrators of this violent crime.

Anyone who witnessed this incident and possibly has photos of videos of it are asked to contact us via our newsroom tip line at tips@trcctb.com

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If you or anyone you know has any information regarding this incident, such as who the perpetrators are, please reach out to the Thunder Bay Police Service at 807-684-1200. If you wish to remain anonymous and are interested in possibly making some cash for your tip, you can reach out to the Crime Stoppers through their website at https://www.p3tips.com/273

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