July 17, 2019 11:51 am

Victim ‘not co-operating’ after getting hurt in altercation at downtown Hamilton clinic: police

Police say a woman who was cut during an altercation at a downtown clinic is not "cooperating" with investigators.

Google Maps

A 34-year-old woman sent to hospital with a hand laceration suffered during an altercation at a clinic downtown is “not co-operating” with a police investigation, police say.

Hamilton police say the disturbance, between two women at the Urban Core Health Centre on Rebecca Street near John Street North, happened shortly before 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday. Officers say they encountered two women when they arrived and the victim would not talk to police about what happened.

READ MORE: Police arrest 2nd suspect in Hamilton homicide, 3rd suspect still at large

Another woman, identified as an 18-year-old suspect with an outstanding warrant, was turned over to another police agency.

Investigators say the women are known to each other and this incident was targeted.

Anyone with information is asked to call Hamilton police at 905-546-4725.

WATCH: 3 people injured in ‘random’ stabbings in Seattle, police say suspect in custody

© 2019 Global News, a division of Corus Entertainment Inc.

Report an error


Comments closed.

Due to the sensitive and/or legal subject matter of some of the content on globalnews.ca, we reserve the ability to disable comments from time to time.

Please see our Commenting Policy for more.