A man entered through an employee-only entrance at the Wings restaurant in Surrey on Nov. 2 and stabbed two cooks with a knife before fleeing.

Suspect escapes after stabbing Surrey restaurant employees

Man entered Wings Tap and Grill in Newton on Sunday, leaving cooks injured.



Two restaurant cooks are in hospital after being stabbed at their workplace in Surrey Sunday afternoon.

Shortly after noon, someone walked into Wings Tap and Grill in the 7100-block of King George Boulevard through the employee-only entrance.

Two employees approached and tried to detain him, and were subsequently stabbed or slashed with a knife. The pair suffered non-life threatening injuries – one was stabbed in the abdomen and the other in the arm.

Police are looking for the suspect, who escaped. He’s described as white, in his 40s and about 5’10” tall.

Anyone with information is asked to call Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502 or to remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).

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