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Man allegedly assaulted in Burnaby

Darpan News Desk The Canadian Press, 14 Jun, 2024 12:00 AM
  • Man allegedly assaulted in Burnaby

Mounties in Burnaby are investigating an alleged assault of a 55-year-old man who was walking on trail in the city's Central Park yesterday morning.

They say that around 8 a-m, the victim was assaulted by a man with a large stick in an area between the pool and the gazebo.

Police say the victim remains in the hospital with significant injuries to his head and arm.

They say officers are still looking for the suspect, who is described as a 20-year-old Indigenous man with short hair who was wearing a white shirt with black printed letters, and dark pants.

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