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4 youth arrested in a fight involving 30 youth and one youth sent to hospital with serious injuries

Darpan News Desk New Westminster Police, 20 Apr, 2021 01:01 AM
  • 4 youth arrested in a fight involving 30 youth and one youth sent to hospital with serious injuries

On April 10th 2021 at approximately 8:00 pm the New Westminster Police Department responded to a report of a large fight between approximately 30 youth. Upon arrival, the responding officers located armed suspects who had fled the scene using public transit. All four suspects were arrested and their guardians notified.

The victim was located soon after and was transported to local hospital with serious injuries.

The Major Crime Unit took conduct of the investigation and would like any witnesses who have yet to speak to police to call 604-525-5411.

“We’re appealing for anyone who witnessed this assault or knows anything about the circumstances around this assault to contact us,” stated Sergeant Sanjay Kumar. “Witness accounts, as well as video or any social media posts connected to this event are of interest to investigators.”

The services of our Victim Assistance Unit are being made available to those who witnessed this incident.

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