Man in critical condition after an alleged stabbing in downtown Sudbury – CTV News

Man in critical condition after an alleged stabbing in downtown Sudbury - CTV News
Update: Teen succumbs to injuries after stabbing incident downtown this morning
Sudbury police cordon off part of Cedar Street downtown for an investigation into a possible stabbing November 15, 2019 (Dana Roberts/CTV Northern Ontario)

SUDBURY — A 17-year-old transported to the hospital after being stabbed in downtown Sudbury has since died from injuries.

Sudbury police say they are investigating an alleged stabbing downtown that has one man in critical condition.

The second potential suspect is described as white, wearing a grey sweatshirt, dark pants, and carrying a dark backpack.

There may be two suspects, both of whom are male. One man is described as wearing a white T-shirt with a red jacket. The other suspect is described as “white, wearing a grey sweatshirt, dark pants, carrying a dark backpack,” the police said on Twitter.

Officials with Greater Sudbury Police Service say "do not approach individuals matching descriptions."

The Greater Sudbury Police Service said Friday at about 10:45 a.m. that officers were in the area of Pita Pit on Cedar Street responding to an incident that has left one man in critical condition.

Anyone with information related to this incident or suspects are asked to call police or Crime Stoppers. 

“Heavy police presence DT – Officers on scene of possible stabbing DT near Pita Pit,” the police said on Twitter. “One man in critical condition.”

Officials with the City of Greater Sudbury say the road closure on Cedar St., between Young and Lisgar, has temporarily blocked access to the GOVA Downtown Transit Terminal. As a result, buses will stop on Elm Street, across from the transit terminal, for travel to and from downtown.

Greater Sudbury Police are on the scene of a stabbing near the Ontario government building on Cedar Street in Sudbury, Ont. on Friday November 15, 2019. John Lappa/Sudbury Star

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A 17-year-old who was transported to hospital this morning after a stabbing incident downtown has died from his injuries.

“Do not approach individuals matching descriptions,” the police said. “Anyone with info is asked to contact police.”

Greater Sudbury Police are now treating this incident as a homicide investigation, and have stated that this was an isolated incident.

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One person is in critical condition after a stabbing incident near Pita Pit on Cedar Street Friday morning.

Caution tape was stretched across a portion of Cedar Street near the Sudbury Transit Terminal Friday while police investigated. City buses were re-routed to collect passengers from Elm Street.

Greater Sudbury Police officers responded to stabbing on Cedar Street at around 10:30 a.m. Officers are currently canvassing the area and reviewing video.

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Initial descriptors of the suspect(s) have not been confirmed. The investigation is ongoing and anyone who may have witnessed this incident is asked to call GSPS at 705-675-9171.

Earlier, police had provided details of two suspects, later said those "descriptors…[are] not confirmed."

The GOVA Downtown Transit Terminal has reopened following an emergency road closure on Cedar Street. Buses are returning to regular schedules. Check mybus.greatersudbury.ca for up-to-date bus arrival and departure times.

Sudbury police say a 17-year-old male has died after a stabbing in downtown Sudbury, Friday morning.

GOVA Transit buses are dropping off and picking up passengers in Lane four of the Downtown Transit Terminal due to an emergency road closure on Cedar Street.

Passengers are advised to expect minor delays. Check mybus.greatersudbury.ca for up-to-date bus arrival and departure times. Updates will be shared as more details are available.

There is a heavy police presence downtown this morning as Greater Sudbury Police investigate a possible stabbing near the Pita Pit on Cedar Street.

GSPS is looking for two male suspects. One is described as wearing a white t-shirt with a red jacket, while the other is described as caucasian, wearing a grey sweat shirt, dark pants and carrying a dark-coloured backpack.