The Victoria Police Department has identified a man who allegedly assaulted someone with a bike lock. (Black Press Media file photo)

VicPD identifies suspect in bike lock assault

Confrontation leads to non-life-threatening injuries

The Victoria Police Department has identified a man who allegedly assaulted another, leaving the victim with non-life-threatening injuries.

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On June 5, just after 3:30 p.m. patrol officers received reports of a man who assaulted someone with a bike lock in the 900-block of Fort Street. The assault happened when the victim observed the suspect cycle through an intersection without stopping at a stop sign.

The suspect and the victim had a verbal confrontation and the suspect struck the other man with the bike lock.

READ ALSO: VicPD arrest man who threw woman to ground in ‘random, unprovoked’ assault

The suspect is approximately 20 years old, Caucasian, six feet tall with a slim build, short brown hair and wore a charcoal T-shirt with a tree symbol and dark pants.


 

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