Delta Police seek witnesses after teen suffers head injury

15-year-old boy seriously hurt Aug. 4 at McCloskey Elementary.

A 15-year-old suffered a head injury during an incident at North Delta's McCloskey Elementary Aug. 4. Police are seeking witnesses.

Delta Police want to speak to two witnesses who may have information about an incident at a school Sunday when a teen suffered a serious head injury.

The event took place between 5 and 6 p.m. on Aug. 4 at McCloskey Elementary, near 115 Street and 80 Avenue in North Delta, and involved a 15-year-old boy.

Police say one of the people they are hoping to contact is a Caucasian man in his mid- to late-30s with a heavy build who may have seen the incident where the teen was injured.

The second witness being sought is a man who was near the school at the time and may have seen the youth as he was being helped out of the area. He may be a medical professional, said police.

Witnesses or anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Const. Richard Stabler at 604-946-4411.

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