Police do not believe public is a danger after woman injured at Swift Current Mall
A woman injured at a Swift Current mall earlier this week may have been injured by accidental contact, but an investigation is ongoing, according to the RCMP.
The incident occurred around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday when the woman walked into a store at Wheatland Mall.
A woman and another were walking through the store entrance, according to an RCMP news release issued Thursday.
An “unknown object” carried by another individual emerged from the bag they were carrying and attacked and injured the woman, the RCMP statement said. The woman was treated in hospital.
“We have no further information as the second person left the scene shortly after,” police said.
Police stress that the investigation is still in its early stages, but preliminary details do not indicate that the incident was malicious and poses a risk to the public.
Part of the investigation, according to the RCMP, is collecting and reviewing footage from the area to find potential witnesses. The Swift Current RCMP asks anyone who may have obtained dashcam footage from the area around the same time to contact 306-778-4870.
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Swift Current mall injury may have been accidental: RCMP
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