RCMP investigate after woman was attacked with crowbar

RCMP are asking for the public’s help in locating a person of interest after a woman was assaulted with a crowbar in Nerepis, New Brunswick

According to cape. Julie Rogers-Marsh.

A 33-year-old woman had been hit in the head with a crowbar in the front yard of the residence, Rogers-Marsh said. She was taken to hospital and treated for injuries that were not considered life threatening. RCMP said Thursday the woman has since been released from hospital.

During their investigation, the police learned that a man had fled in a vehicle before the arrival of the police. The man is considered a person of interest in the investigation.

The suspect is described as 5ft 8in (173 centimeters) tall with a lean build. He is believed to be between 25 and 28 years old with short, dirty blond hair. At the time of the alleged attack, the man was wearing a black hoodie, jeans and white sunglasses, Rogers-Marsh said.

The vehicle of interest is described as a black four-door car with a tinted rear window and tinted rear windows. During the investigation, police obtained surveillance video footage of the vehicle and believe it to be a 2016-2020 Honda Civic model. It appears to have a rear spoiler.

The RCMP hopes the information from the public can help provide additional clues to move their investigation forward. Police are looking to speak to anyone who was around Britain Road, Crandall Road or Birch Crescent in Nerepis between 2pm and 2.45pm on Tuesday July 26.

Anyone who witnessed the incident, saw the vehicle of interest, or has information about the incident is asked to contact Grand Bay-Westfield RCMP at (506) 757-1020. Information may also be provided anonymously via New Brunswick Crime Stoppers Online or by calling 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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