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Sarnia Police looking for suspects, possible stabbing victim, in weekend robbery

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Journal staff

Sarnia Police are seeking the public’s assistance following a weekend robbery involving a number of male suspects and a possible stabbing victim.

Police say the incident occurred on Saturday, Oct. 14, when officers were responded to a 911 call for an altercation in progress in the area of the No Frills Plaza at Exmouth Street and Indian Road.

All involved parties fled the scene prior to police arrival.

“Witness information indicated that this incident was robbery motivated, and occurred in the area of the pathway that extends between the plaza and the Hillary Street/Eastwood Street area,” police stated. “Blood evidence located at the scene, coupled with witness observations, support that one or more of the involved parties may have received stab wound(s).”

Police say the victim and suspects appear to all be between the ages of 16-22 years, and the vehicle used by the suspects appears to be a black Kia Sportage.

  • Suspect #1 is a white male wearing a green camouflage hoodie.
  • Suspect #2 is a white male wearing a light grey hoodie.
  • Suspect #3 is a white male wearing a blue and red hoodie.
  • Possible Victim – is a white male dressed in all black clothing, bleached blonde hair with black streaks, and a tattoo on his face.

If you have any information regarding this matter please contact the Sarnia Police or provide information anonymously to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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