Richmond RCMP are in search of the general public’s assist to determine a suspect in an alleged pub assault that came about through the Stanley Cup finals.
On June 7, Mounties had been referred to as to a pub, understood to be the Pioneer’s Pub, on No. three Highway close to Williams Highway. Within the warmth of the Stanley Cup last’s sport 5 pleasure, studies stated an altercation came about between a few of the pub’s patrons. Allegedly, a 57-year previous Richmond man was hit with a chair by one suspect and hit within the face by a second.
Whereas the RCMP arrested the primary suspect, Richmondite Alistair Charles Newman, 62, who was accused of assault inflicting bodily hurt and assault with a weapon, the second suspect fled.
“Though one suspect was arrested and charged, a second suspect is excellent. The Richmond RCMP have exhausted our investigational avenues and would recognize any help in figuring out and finding him,” stated Cpl. Dennis Hwang in an emailed assertion.
“The suspect is believed to be an everyday at this pub. By releasing these safety stills, we’re hope somebody will acknowledge him.”
RCMP are describing this second suspect as a Caucasian male, bald or balding, heavy set construct and carrying a inexperienced T-shirt, black windbreaker and denims on the time of the incident.
Mounties are asking anybody with data to contact Cons. B. Tse on the Richmond RCMP at 604-278-1212. To stay nameless, contact CrimeStoppers by cellphone at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).