Campbell River RCMP is investigating a stabbing incident that occurred on Thursday morning, after a man was brought into the Campbell River Hospital with serious stab wounds.
Police say they responded to the report at approximately 8:45 a.m. on March 25. Officers were informed that a 40-year-old man from Campbell River had arrived at the hospital with “multiple serious and life-threatening” wounds.
RCMP says that an investigation led officers to the scene of where the stabbing took place.
Police were able to locate three male suspects, arresting them without incident.
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“This was a very serious incident,” said Const. Maury Tyre with Campbell River RCMP. “It is believed that the parties involved were known to one another and there was no danger to the general public in the community.”
According to police, the three apprehended men are all residents of the Lower Mainland.
An investigation is currently ongoing as police attempt to determine the facts of the life-threatening stabbing.