- Police state a Good Samaritan may have aided Katrine Conroy ere or after the happening.
- Forests Minister Katrine Conroy was wounded while walking home from the Legislature Tuesday night time, police and the Premier’s office stated.
Forests Minister Katrine Conroy injured while heading to home:
The region’s forests minister was wounded in a happening Tuesday night time, police and the Premier’s Office stated, and officers are probing.
The premier’s office stated Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development Katrine Conroy was bashed to the ground and suffered little wounds while heading home from the Legislature in Victoria Tuesday.
Premier John Horgan’s office stated a police report has been filed and Conroy is healing from her wounds.
“Premier Horgan, the cabinet, and the entire B.C. NDP caucus is supporting Minister Conroy in any way that she needs,” the message read, and Horgan’s Twitter account even sent a statement of backing. Source – cbc.ca
The Victoria Police Department, in a report of its own, assured they are probing the happening, which was informed to them Wednesday.
Police also state a Good Samaritan may have helped Conroy during or after the happening.
“We are asking for that person to contact police,” a VicPD spokesperson noted in an email. “We are in the early stages of the investigation.” Source – cbc.ca
The Media reached Conroy’s spokesperson for an update and further points. The spokesperson stated police would take all other inquiries. Police and the premier’s office are requesting anyone with information to reach VicPD’s non-emergency line.