Surrey pub bouncer stabbed

Suspect took off in a white mercedes sedan after a bouncer was stabbed in the neck at the Taphouse Bar early Sunday morning.

Police looking for suspect in Surrey pub bouncer stabbing

GUILDFORD — Police are looking for a man who took off in a white mercedes sedan after a bouncer was stabbed in the neck at the front door of the Taphouse Bar early Sunday morning.

The victim was taken to hospital by ambulance. The stabbing happened at about 1:15 a.m., in the 15300-block of 102A Avenue.

“He’s going to recover,” Surrey RCMP Corporal Scotty Schumann said Monday.

Police say the suspect is a white man about five feet 10 inches tall with dark hair. He was wearing a light-coloured shirt, dark pants, and got into the rear  seat of a sedan that drove away from the front entrance of the bar. The car was last seen heading east on 102nd Avenue.

Police are asking witnesses or anyone else with information to call the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

tom.zytaruk@thenownewspaper.com

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