Teen boy suffers serious injuries in stabbing on transit bus in Pickering
Durham police say they don't know what led to the stabbing near the Pickering GO station
A 17-year-old boy suffered serious injuries when he was stabbed on a Durham Region Transit bus in Pickering on Wednesday.
Durham police said in a news release on Wednesday that police were called to the Pickering GO station on Bayly Street at about 9:30 a.m.
When officers arrived at the station, they found the teen suffering from stab wounds. Durham paramedics took the boy to a local hospital and he was later transferred to a Toronto trauma centre.
Police said they do not know what, if anything, led to the stabbing.
A male was seen fleeing from the scene, but no description of was available.
Durham police are urging anyone with information to call Det.-Const. Azzano (ext. 2526) or Det. Hawkes (ext. 2528) of the West Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-888-579-1520.
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