Toronto police say they’re asking for the general public’s assist in figuring out a person they allege is related to a stabbing within the metropolis’s downtown core early Sunday morning.
Police stated they had been known as to the Yonge and Entrance Road space at round 1:30 a.m. for a report a person had been stabbed.
Investigators stated a person approached a gaggle of individuals, stabbed a person within the group then fled eastbound on Entrance Road, probably in direction of Scott Road.
The sufferer sustained non-life-threatening accidents, police stated.
Police describe the suspect as a person round 30-years-old, about five-foot-ten-inches tall with a medium construct. He had black curly hair, a scruffy beard and was final seen sporting saggy clothes, was carrying a knapsack and had a building harness and vest.
“Investigators imagine that there might have been witnesses within the space through the incident, and urge them to name police,” police stated in a information launch Sunday.
Suggestions might be left anonymously with Crime Stoppers, police stated.