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Kamloops RCMP appeal to the public

RCMP are currently investigating an assault that appears to be targeted

Early Saturday morning, Kamloops RCMP received a call about a man receiving medical attention for serious but non-life threatening wounds.

The man was attacked by a number of unidentified suspects, the victim and suspects may know each other. The assault took place behind 2535 Glenview Ave.

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The police are collecting evidence from the scene. It appears the victim of this assault was targeted. Kamloops RCMP are unable comment any further due to the active investigation.

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Residents of the area who may have heard or seen anything, or anyone else with information about this crime, are encouraged to contact the Kamloops RCMP at (250)878-300

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