Teen stabbed in Calgary dog park while walking with mother

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A teenager walking his dog with his mom Saturday night was stabbed in what appears to be a random attack.

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2/16/2020

A teenager walking his dog with his mom Saturday night was stabbed in what appears to be a random attack.

A teenager walking his dog with his mom Saturday night was the victim of what appears to be a random stabbing.

Staff Published Saturday, February 15, 2020 8:52PM MST Last Updated Sunday, February 16, 2020 11:16AM MST The teenager and his mother were walking in this off-leash dog park when he was attacked. SHARE CALGARY -- A teenager walking his dog with his mom Saturday night was stabbed in what appears to be a random attack. Calgary police say the two were walking in an off-leash dog park near 110th Avenue S.W. and 14th Street S.W. around 7:55 p.m. when they came across a man and the teen was stabbed. The 15-year-old was taken from the Braeside community to hospital in serious condition. The man then fled on foot into the community of Southwood. The suspect is described as being between 40 and 50 years old. At the time he was wearing dark clothing and a three-quarter-length jacket with reflective markings. Officials said the attack appears to be random and investigators are still looking for the suspect. Police are searching for security camera footage from the area and ask anyone who was in the area of Braeside and Southwood around that time and saw something suspicious to contact them at 403-266-1234 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477. RELATED IMAGES Calgary police said the attack happened around 7:55 p.m. on Feb. 15. The teen was taken to hospital in serious condition. SHARE Read more: CTV News

I hope the dog attacked the guy. How shocking and really sad. I hope the teen makes a complete recovery. Every reply is so predictable I wish there was a way to gamble on it before I click the tweet. 1. We all know what no suspect description means. 2. If they catch him, his crime will be attributed to ‘mental illness’. 3. The Police will do their job but the Courts will let him walk. We’re tired of this Shit. Government needs to fix this or the people will.

Sick world. The knife attacker if caught and found guilty should be fertilized within days. The streets will be a safer place. To much of this shit happening...send them to jail and make them WORK, enough of this room and board, steaks, roasts and the rest of the expensive food...enough of giving them an allowance, stop the 'in house gambling, drug pushing'

Yeah you wouldn’t want to release valuable information that might lead to arrest, like you know the persons race. Guess even when it’s violent crime staring the race of the person is “intolerant”? what a joke Great description of the perp, really narrows ot down. I'm sure the police and media received a better description that won't be released for reasons unknown.

Despicable

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