A 45-year-old male was stabbed in Newton just before noon on Wednesday.

Stabbed man has been stabilized

A male yet to be identified by police was stabbed Wednesday morning near a North Surrey hotel.

A man who had been stabbed in North Surrey is now in stable condition after surgery.

On Wednesday, just before noon, police responded to a call about a man in distress outside the Grouse Creek Motel at 9414 King George Blvd. When they arrived, they found the 45-year-old bleeding heavily after being stabbed in the back and torso.

He was taken to hospital where he was initially described in critical condition, but he has been stabilized after surgery.

Police said they are not able to provide any more details about the case and that it has now been handed over to the RCMP Serious Crimes Section.

More details to come as they become known.



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