Four Males Identified In Egg Throwing Incident

North Vancouver

2017-08-30 10:37 PDT

Dossier nº 2017-22127

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North Vancouver RCMP

North Vancouver RCMP have identified four males who are allegedly responsible for the egging of a 13 year-old boy that resulted in a serious injury to his eye. (view related press release)

All four of the suspects reside in North Vancouver and of the three are 18 years of age and one who is 17 years of age. Some cooperation has been met amongst the persons of interest with police involved in the investigation. The suspect vehicle used in the egging incident has also been identified. Police are still attempting to identify the male driving the white vehicle that stopped and offered assistance to the victim and ask that you contact the North Vancouver RCMP.

Investigators will be submitting a report to Crown Counsel for consideration of charges with respect to ‘Assault Causing Bodily Harm’.

The RCMP acknowledges the media’s role in helping bring public awareness to this incident and thank them for their support.

The victim of the egging is currently resting at home anticipating that his eye makes a full recovery.

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Cap. Richard De Jong

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