Police are looking to identify a man accused of jumping a cyclist in Peace River. The RCMP says the assault happened in the area of 94 Street around 12:30 a.m. on May 12th.
It’s reported that the victim was on their way home when they were approached by two men they didn’t know. It’s alleged one of the men jumped the victim, demanding their bicycle, but they resisted and were able to get away with their bike, suffering minor injuries.
The suspect is described as having a medium complexion and large build, standing roughly six feet tall with black hair, dark brown or black eyes, and a scruffy beard. He also reportedly has a tattoo of a cross by his right eye.
A suspect vehicle is also mentioned, described as a dark Toyota Tundra, believed to be from around the year 2004, with a partial plate of B21L.
Peace Regional RCMP is asking people in the neighbourhood to look at their doorbell cameras, outdoor security cameras, or dash cameras from the night of May 11th to 12th around midnight and to contact police with any footage they feel might be of assistance.