Two men stabbed in Guildford Saturday night

Police believe three men got into a fight at Robin Park Saturday night, leading to two of them being stabbed.

Two young men were stabbed in Guildford over the weekend

GUILDFORD — Two young men were stabbed in Guildford Saturday night and a third was taken into custody.

Shortly before midnight, Surrey RCMP were called to Robin Park in the 11200-block of 150th Street.

Police arrived to find people running away but found an 18-year-old man suffering from a stab wound to his abdomen. He was taken to hospital.

While still dealing with this man, police received a report of a second victim nearby. A 21-year-old Surrey man had been stabbed in the lower back and was also sent to hospital.

A man at the second location was taken into custody and police believe all three men were involved in the fight at Robin Park, which is where it’s believed the stabbings happened.

Both hospitalized men suffered minor injuries and were expected to be released from hospital after a short stay.

Police said Monday no formal charges have been laid.

The investigation continues.

Anyone who has information is asked to call police at 604-599-0502.

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