Thunder Bay Police Appeal for Witnesses After Good Samaritan Aids Child

Thunder Bay Police Service

THUNDER BAY – NEWS – Thunder Bay Police Service are reaching out to the community for help following an incident involving a young boy and a kind-hearted stranger. On the evening of Wednesday, March 13, around 5:30 PM, an act of goodwill took place in the parking area adjacent to the main playground at Boulevard Lake, where a male child received assistance from an unidentified Good Samaritan.

Described as potentially a male dressed in a distinctive outfit—a white hat, red jacket, and blue pants—the individual in question or anyone who might have observed this act of kindness is encouraged to come forward.

The Thunder Bay Police believe that witnesses or the Good Samaritan himself can provide valuable information to assist with their ongoing investigation.

Community members with any information are urged to make a difference by contacting the Thunder Bay Police Service directly at 807-684-1200. Your assistance could be pivotal in understanding the circumstances around this incident and ensuring the well-being of our community’s youth.

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