Niagara Police searching for suspect in bank assault

RBC Stabbing ALL

RBC Stabbing ALL

S, Ont. - Niagara Regional Police Service says a 43-year-old man is wanted for first degree murder in connection with the death of his stepson.

Police were called to the RBC at 211 Martindale Rd. after a man entered the bank around 10:25 a.m. and stabbed the female employee.

Anyone with information as to the whereabouts of Kuijer or the dark grey 2009 Pontiac Montana van (Ont. licence plate BYTE392) he was driving are asked to contact the police immediately.

The victim was taken to hospital in serious condition, but officers said she was in stable condition by Saturday.

Niagara Regional Police are searching for Justin Kuijer, 43, of St. Catharines for attempted murder.

Police are looking for Justin Kuijer and described him as armed and risky.

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Police say he was transferred to hospital in critical condition on Friday from his home on Queenston Street.

Police have not said how the boy died.

Police say the child is now in critical condition.

Police are not investigating this incident as a robbery or a domestic violence matter. They are not releasing the boy's exact cause of death or why they have linked the investigations.

Police refused to disclose the connection between the attack on the woman and the death of the boy. The building contains a sub shop on the ground floor with an apartment above.

He's described as a white male, about 35 years old, with a tall, thin build, a beard and longer dark hair. He was wearing a black toque, brown leather coat, dark trousers, boots and an orange hoodie. A sign on the RBC door said it would reopen Monday.

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