Police investigating stabbing after victim travelled to Union Station while injured

Sep 14 2020, 6:43 am

Toronto police are investigating a stabbing that took place near Eglinton West subway station after a victim ended up travelling to Union Station while injured on Sunday night.

According to police, on September 13, a man had approached Union Station security and told them he had been stabbed.

The victim was then taken to a local hospital with minor injuries and told police he was attacked by six suspects.

Police were then informed that the alleged attack did not occur at Union Station but instead near Marlee Avenue and Eglinton Avenue West.

In the past few days, there have been several incidents in the GTA region that have left some people scratching their heads.

One Mississauga man was allegedly attacked by four bikers with animal repellant while on a trail last week.

Incidents in Etobicoke had Toronto police issue a public safety warning after four hate-motivated assaults had been reported in the last few weeks.

As for the Eglinton stabbing, no suspect information has been released at the moment and the investigation is still ongoing.

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