WINNIPEG – A third arrest has been made in a vicious attack near Selkirk.
A 16 year old boy is facing several charges in connection with the attack on two workers at the Behavioural Health Foundation on May 29th.
One of the victims was a young Red River College student, finishing her work placement.
Two teens – who were patients at the health centre – were arrested a couple of days after the attack.
The 16 and 17 year-olds face charges of aggravated assault, robbery and possession of a weapon.
RCMP say the latest suspect was arrested for “counselling to commit an offense”, allegedly convincing one of the other suspects to be party to the crime.