Savage Tunnel Assault in Sudbury Sparks Urgent Manhunt


In the dimly lit underpass tunnel of downtown Sudbury, a brutal assault was documented via surveillance footage. This sparked an urgent call to the city’s police officials, who are currently seeking out the third fugitive involved in the crime.

The city’s law enforcement received the report on October 1 at exactly 8:42 p.m., citing loud noise and excessive amounts of blood in the region of Riverside Drive and Elgin Street. Upon the arrival of police on the scene, they utilized the Lions Eye in the Sky, a Closed Circuit Television monitoring program, to review video evidence of the incident.

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The chilling footage displays a trio of assailants descending upon a defenseless man lying in the tunnel underneath the train tracks. Their subsequent beating of the man is both savage and ruthless. The suspects were witnessed ruffling through the victim’s belongings and pockets during the course of the assault, according to the police.

The victim, fortunately, received prompt medical attention from the City of Greater Sudbury Paramedic Services after being discovered by patrol officers. His injuries, while severe, were determined to not be life-threatening.

With the help of the CCTV footage, the police swiftly identified all three suspects. Near the scene of the crime, two of the three, a 25-year-old Mississauga native and a 20-year-old from Greater Sudbury, were apprehended shortly before 9:30 p.m. The pair have been slapped with charges of robbery with violence, with the younger gentleman also facing charges for failing to comply with a release order. Both were detained overnight and were headed to court on the following Monday.

The manhunt is now focused on the third suspect, who is another 20-year-old from Greater Sudbury, still at large. In his quest, police force has applied for an arrest warrant. Once the legal protocol is completed and information is sworn to, the public will be updated about any developments, as stated by officials.

It is currently theorized that the vicious attack was a targeted incident. In the search for this third fugitive, any information that can be provided in aiding this pursuit is more than welcomed by the city’s law enforcement. Anonymous tips can be sent to Crime Stoppers at 705-222-8477, or direct calls can be made to the police at 705-675-9171.