File image courtesy DRPS

UPDATE: Victim survives stabbing in Oshawa home

Durham Police investigators are looking for a male suspect after a stabbing early Tuesday morning in Oshawa.

On January 31 at about 6:17 am, members of Central East Division responded to a stabbing incident near Simcoe Street and Bagot Street. Officers located a 40-year-old male with non-life threatening injuries. The victim was transported to a Toronto-area trauma centre and has since been released. The suspect fled on foot from the apartment. This is an isolated incident, said a police statement.

The suspect is described as male, White, shaved head and in his 50’s. He was wearing a black-hooded jacket, black T-shirt with a red circle on the chest, dark pants and light colored running shoes.

Anyone with new information, about this investigation is asked to contact D/Cst. Trafford of Central East Division Criminal Investigations Bureau at 1-888-579-1520 ext. 2739.

Earlier Story

Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) yesterday said a stabbing victim has been taken to a trauma centre.

The suspect is missing.

Members of DRPS Central East Division responded this [Monday] morning to a stabbing call at an apartment on Simcoe Street South and Bagot Street in Oshawa, said a police tweet.

It said one male with serious injuries was taken to a trauma centre.

Police looking for a suspect.

More to follow when available, said the DRPS.

Time of call was at 6:17 am.

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