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Windsor Street and through the pathways to Sequoia nears Boys and Girls Club

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~~~  September 25, 2022   (LSNews)  Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers continue to investigate a violent robbery that occurred on Monday September 19,2022.

Inside Edition sources indicate that around 10pm that evening, a male in his 40’s was walking near the Boys & Girls Club on Windsor Street and through the pathways to Sequoia.


The male pedestrian was approached by four males who demanded his wallet. The victim did not have a wallet.

The four men attacked him violently.

The victim was beaten and his eyes were swollen shut. He has damage to his eye sockets & his jaw was broken in three places. His head was badly swollen with a concussion and he suffered broken ribs, as well as a broken back.

To add insult to injury, the victim was stabbed & had his pants removed by the violent robbers.

The criminals succeeded in stealing his old cell phone.

The victim lay unconscious and injured.

A passerby happened to find the male unconscious and called an ambulance & police.

The victim was hospitalized.

The victim does not do drugs, and this wasn't because he owed anyone money.

This was a RANDOM & VIOLENT ROBBERY. In Red River Ward

And the victim was almost beaten to death.

Hardworking Thunder Bay Police Officers were initially investigating it as an attempted murder due to the severity of the victim’s injuries.

Due to the randomness of this attack, they currently have no leads on the suspects. They have canvassed the neighbourhood.

If you have any information that could help identify these four male suspects, please contact Thunder Bay Police Officers.

These type of random robberies are occurring more frequently in our city.

The levels of violence are increasing.

Inside Edition would like to remind all readers to be aware of their surroundings as the streets become more dangerous every day.

Unfortunately, TBPS hired two of the laziest TBLAZYWATCH employees to communicate for the department. TBPS Director of Communications Chris Adams & Media Relations Coordinator Scott Paradis are refusing to tell the public about this violent stabbing & robbery. They have no empathy for the victim, the family or our community.

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Thunder Bay maintained its title as the murder capital of Canada in 2018,  For the third consecutive year - and the fourth time in the last five years

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Between July 2017 and June 2018, nearly 3,900 naloxone kits were handed out by the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and local pharmacies, 



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