- David Morin was identified and charged after police released video surveillance of the happening.
- David Morin, 28, was identified and arrested after the Vancouver Police Department released a security tape and appealed to the people for help.
Police say a Vancouver man has been convicted to jail time in connection with an unprovoked stabbing at a downtown Vancouver coffee shop earlier this year.
David Morin, 28, claimed guilty Tuesday to disturbed assault and got a three-year sentence, according to police.
Vancouver police said the target was inside the Tim Hortons at Harbour Centre on Jan. 22 at about 6:20 a.m. when a man came to him from behind and constantly stabbed him in the back.
The victim, a 25-year-old on a tourist visa from Mexico, was run to the hospital, police stated.
He suffered life-threatening wounds but was anticipated to survive. Police on Wednesday did not offer an update on the victim’s situation.
Police said Morin escaped the scene after the attack and was later identified and arrested after they released video of the attack. In the expectancy it would help the public identify the suspect.
Source – cbc.ca