Granville Street stabbing: persons of interests sought by Vancouver police

Vancouver police are looking to speak with two men who were believed to be involved in a fight that lead to a stabbing on Granville Street in January.

Police seeking two men believed to be involved in fight that prompted stabbing

Investigators are looking to speak to these two men in relation to a January stabbing outside a Granville Street nightclub (Vancouver Police Department)

Vancouver police are looking to speak with two men who were believed to be involved in a fight that lead to a stabbing on Granville Street in January. 

A 22-year-old man suffered stab wounds after a fight with a group of men outside the Cabana Nightclub in the early hours of Jan 9. 

He was taken to hospital with serious injuries.

One man was located by police after the incident, but was released a short time later. 

Investigators are looking to speak to two other men who they believe were also involved in the altercation. 

One is described as light-skinned in his 20s with long black hair and was wearing a white jacket and black pants that night. 

Police describe the other man as a 25-year-old South Asian with a medium build. He was wearing a dark baseball hat with a white logo on the front with black pants, runners and jacket. 

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