Arrest warrant issued for suspects in slashing of store security guard
By The Canadian PressNews Retail Saskatoon shoplifters
Police in Saskatoon are looking for two suspects in the slashing of a store security guard during a shop-lifting incident earlier this year.
A warrant has been issued for 25-year-old Kaitlin Shawna Faye McGillivary, who investigators believe may be in the Prince Albert, Pelican Narrows or Canoe Lake areas.
She is accused of theft and being a party to an assault.
Police are also looking for a male suspect, about 30 years old, on charges of assault with a weapon and aggravated assault.
Last May, officers were called to a Saskatoon department store where an employee had been wounded in the neck.
Investigators determined that a woman had been acting suspiciously and, when employees approached her, a man got out of a waiting vehicle and began slashing at them.
The suspects fled in the vehicle.
The injured security guard has recovered.
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