Man, 20, found bleeding at Surrey bus loop

Surrey RCMP investigating "apparent stabbing" of 20-year-old man in Whalley Tuesday evening.

Surrey RCMP investigating 'apparent stabbing' of 20-year-old man in Whalley Tuesday evening.

SURREY — A 20-year-old man collapsed at the Surrey Central bus loop early Tuesday evening from what police say is “an apparent stabbing.”

Surrey RCMP Staff Sergeant Murray Hedderson said police received 911 calls at about 6:35 p.m. about a man bleeding from wounds to his abdomen and back. An ambulance took the victim to hospital in serious but stable condition.

Hedderson said police are looking for video surveillance footage.

“Witnesses have indicated that the victim had been seen interacting with a group of persons in the parking lot area between the neighbouring mall and the Surrey Central bus loop then quickly headed towards the bus loop prior to his collapse.”

Police ask witnesses to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

tom.zytaruk@thenownewspaper.com

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