The Regina Police Service is investigating a weapons offence after a 16 year-old male entered a Regina high school this afternoon, June 10th, with apparent stab wounds.
The call came in at 1:42 p.m. on Wednesday, June 10, 2015 from a senior staff member at a high school in the 100 block of Massey Road, indicating an injured student was in need of police and medical assistance. The School Resource Officer was present at the school and Patrol members and EMS were dispatched immediately. Preliminary investigation indicates the male, a 16 year-old student at the school, was returning to school and was accosted by an as-yet unidentified suspect in an area south of the school. The male victim was transported to hospital by EMS with injuries believed to be non-life threatening. As a precaution, police advised both the Public and Catholic School Boards to enact their established secure-the-building protocols for area schools. The protocols were lifted, after re-assessment, at approximately 2:40 p.m. An area search by Patrol did not locate a possible suspect. As a result of preliminary investigation, police do not believe this was a random event. There is no indication of an elevated risk to other members of the public due to this event.
Anyone who has information to assist this investigation should contact the Regina Police Service at 306-777-6500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.