Stabbing incident

RCMP looking for owner of teal-coloured crew-cab with rust-coloured canopy

  • Dec. 9, 2014 5:00 a.m.

Stabbing incident

On Dec. 8 police were alerted to a man being stabbed after an altercation in a business parking lot on the 100 block of Port Augusta road in Comox. The report was that a traffic infraction had taken place and one of the drivers approached the other to get a picture of the licence plate an altercation took place. Police are seeking to locate the driver of a newer teal-coloured import model crew cab truck that has a mismatched red or rust coloured canopy. This truck should stand out due to the mismatched colours. If you have information on this vehicle you are asked to contact Cst. Shana MacQuarrie at the Comox Valley RCMP detachment at 250-338-1321.


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