Langley Times

Stabbing victim clings to life

A 55-year-old Aldergrove man who was brutally stabbed and found bleeding in the 27000 block of Fraser Highway on Sunday is clinging to life.

Langley RCMP are working diligently to identify a suspect or suspects involved in the attack and are asking the public for help.

The victim was known to move about the Aldergrove area on a white mountain bike, said Langley RCMP spokesperson Const. Craig van Herk.

If you have seen anyone riding a white bike in the Aldergrove area last weekend or have information about anyone he was seen with or about the crime contact police, said van Herk.

"It's a pretty distinctive bike so we are hoping someone saw him," said van Herk.

Langley's serious crime units and general duty officers are working hard and walking downtown Aldergrove trying to find suspects.

"This is not gang-related. It doesn't appear to be tied to any sort of gang activity. It's a fairly complex investigation and it is hard to know at this time what the motive was," he said.

If you have any information call Langley RCMP at 604-532-3200 or if you wish to remain anonymous call Crimstoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS.

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