Surrey RCMP respond to the second serious stabbing on Whalley's strip in 10 days.

Second serious stabbing in Surrey this month

Another man has been stabbed and is in serious condition after an incident on Whalley's notorious strip.

Surrey RCMP are investigating the stabbing of a man in Whalley on last weekend.

It was the second serious stabbing in 10 days on the notorious “strip,” the first of which was fatal.

The most recent was on Saturday (Sept. 24) at about 4:40 a.m., when RCMP received a call of a stabbing in the 10600-block 135A Street.

They arrived to find a 25-year-old man with stab wounds and had him taken to hospital where he was in serious but stable condition.

He remained in that condition as of Tuesday afternoon.

The initial investigation showed there was an altercation between two men when  one of them was stabbed.

Police spoke with witnesses and have determined it was a targeted incident.

Police were unable to provide a suspect description at this time.

On Sept. 14, Troy Clysdale, 49, died after being stabbed on 135A Street at 108 Avenue.

Boni-Muhammed Mutawakel, 20, remains in custody facing a charge of aggravated assault in that attack.

Anyone with more info, call Surrey RCMP at 60-599-0502, or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

 

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