Toronto Police are investigating a stabbing that occurred on a downtown streetcar on May 5.
Police report that they received a call around 5:45 pm on Sunday to attend the area of Spadina and Richmond for a stabbing.
Two people were stabbed on the streetcar, a police spokesperson told Daily Hive. Reportedly, the suspect fled and left the weapon behind.
According to a tweet from the department, both were taken to hospital with serious but non-life threatening injuries.
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On Twitter, police describe the downtown stabbing’s suspect as male, black, about 6’2″ with a thin build, and as having curly hair in a ponytail.
Spadina Av + Richmond St
-Have located 2 victims
-Both suffering stab wounds
-Both being taken to hospital
-Injuries serious but not life threatening
-Suspect is male, black, 6’2, thin build, curly hair in ponytail
-Weapon has been recovered
— Toronto Police OPS (@TPSOperations) May 5, 2019