Quesnel RCMP looking for information on assault

An altercation allegedly turned into an assault at the Quesnel City Landfill last weekend

The Quesnel RCMP is looking for witnesses following a complaint of an assault at the Quesnel City Landfill.

A man and a woman were involved in a verbal altercation with another man which led to a physical altercation on Saturday, June 1, according a press release from the RCMP.

Both men assaulted each other, before one of the men allegedly used a chain to strike the other man’s pickup truck, which shattered a window and caused minor injuries to the vehicle’s occupants, including a small child.

The police ask that anyone who may have witnessed any part of the altercation to call the Quesnel detachment at 250-992-9211 and ask to speak with the investigator.

READ MORE: GoFundMe started for family of Quesnel assault victim



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