West Shore RCMP are investigating an incident in Langford involving upwards of 15 teenagers last Friday.
The incident occurred just before 10 p.m. in the 3000-block of Jacklin Road on October 28th.
Police were told a verbal altercation broke out between two teenage boys in a group of 10-15, who were between the ages of 14 to 17 years old.
One of the teenagers in the altercation began walking away when he was tackled to the ground and assaulted by at least three male youths. He suffered a broken nose and abrasions as a result of the attack.
During the assault, another person from the group stabbed one of the main aggressors in the attack on the teen walking away from the altercation, according to police.
The stabbing suspect has been identified and has been arrested for aggravated assault.
One other youth was arrested for assault causing bodily harm with regards to the first attack.
“This investigation is on-going, and police are still looking to identify the other youths involved in the assault causing bodily harm, said Cpl. Nancy Saggar West Shore RCMP Media Relations Officer.
“We are asking the youths who witnessed this incident and have not yet spoken to police, to please come forward and provide their information.”
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact the West Shore RMCP at 250-474-2264.