One injured in targeted attack

One person was treated for injuries in what police are calling a targeted attack at a Johnstone Crossing on Feb. 12.

One person was treated for injuries in what police are calling a targeted attack at a Johnstone Crossing on Feb. 12.

Red Deer RCMP say three suspects wearing bandanas over their faces and armed with firearms and a knife walked into a Johnstone Crossing home and threatened three occupants around 10:20 p.m.

RCMP said the suspects were looking for money and threatened the occupants.

One victim was treated and released from Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre for injuries suffered in the attach. The two other occupants were not injured.

The three suspects are believed to have fled in a white Ford F150 crew cab truck. No licence plate number was obtained.

The first suspect is describe as an aboriginal man with a chunky build, between 1.75 and 1.77 metres (five foot nine and five foot 10) in height with patchy facial hair and wearing a white T-shirt. The second suspect is described as an aboriginal man with a thin build, between 1.83 and 185.5 metres (six feet to six feet one) tall and wearing a light coloured bandana over his face. He was wearing a red basketball jersey with possibility the number 88 on it. The third suspect is also described as an aboriginal man and wearing a bandana over his face.

Anyone with information that may assist the police is asked to call Red Deer City RCMP at 403-343-5575. Call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or report it online at www.tipsubmit.com to remain anonymous.

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