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Guard hospitalized after being attacked

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A security guard was taken to hospital in critical condition following an incident in downtown Winnipeg early Sunday morning.

At around 5:30 a.m., emergency personnel were called to the 400 block of Webb Place, where they discovered a man, 59, suffering from injuries following a physical assault.

Police investigation revealed the guard came across a man and a woman drinking in the lobby of the building. When he asked them to leave, the male suspect attacked him. Both suspects later fled the scene.

The security guard was taken to hospital in critical condition.

Police are looking for a Caucasian man with darker skin, between 30-40 years old, approximately 5-10 with short dark hair. He was wearing a white hoodie with a sparkle design on it. The female, aboriginal in appearance and between 20-30 years old, is about 5-9 with long dark straight hair. She was wearing a black leather jacket and black knee-high boots.

If you have any information on this matter, please contact police at 204-786-TIPS (8477).

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 28, 2013 A8

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