Coquitlam Mounties are on the hunt for a PoCo man suspected of stabbing another man earlier this month.
Two arrest warrants have been issued for Matthew Jowett-Work, 23.
He is wanted for assault causing bodily harm and assault with a weapon. He is also wanted for uttering threats and theft in relation to another incident.
Police were called to a stabbing in PoCo at an apartment on Coquitlam Avenue around 10 p.m. on Feb. 10.
A man was taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after reportedly being stabbed in the back.
At the time, investigators wouldn't say what sparked the incident or if anyone involved was known to police. The victim was later released from hospital.
Jowett-Work is described as Caucasian, six-feet two-inches tall, and 181 pounds.
He has brown hair and hazel eyes and "Jowett" tattooed on his back.
Police are reminding the public not to approach Jowett-Work, but rather to call 911 immediately if they spot him.
Mounties are treating a fight on the weekend between two groups of young people as an attempted robbery.
The incident began at 10: 30 p.m. Saturday when police were called to the area of Lucille Starr Drive and Schoolhouse Street in Coquitlam after two men alleged they had been in a scuffle with a group of teens.
Police said the two groups exchanged words, which eventually escalated into a fight.
At some point, a member of the bigger group demanded one of the men hand over his phone. But the alleged victim said he didn't have a phone, so the group took off.
A suspect has not been arrested, but investigators are hoping to speak to more witnesses.
"A lot of times when we start with this type of investigation, we have to take it at face value," said RCMP Cpl. Jamie Chung.
"That's our starting point, as we talk to more and more people, we may be able to get more details of what actually happened."
All of the people involved were between 16 and 20.