Regina Police are investigating four bear spray attacks which are believed to be related.
On Saturday afternoon, just before 3 o’clock, police were dispatched to Regina General Hospital for a bear-spray attack which involved an 18 year-old female victim being sprayed.
Later that afternoon, police were called to the 1800 block of Quebec Street, where two fourteen year-old girls and one twelve year-old female were sprayed by bear spray.
Then late Saturday night, police were called to the 900 block of East Arcola Avenue where a 32 year-old man was sprayed.
Lastly, just after midnight, another call was made about a person being sprayed by bear spray on the corner of 11th avenue and Winnipeg street. No victim was found in the incident.
A similarity between each case was the suspects were driving a white truck, which was found crashed into a tree on the 1600 block of Toronto Street. The truck is confirmed to be stolen.
No one was seriously injured in the bear spray attacks, it is believed there are at least three or four suspects in the attacks, at least two of them are female teenagers.
If people have any details on the attacks, they are to contact Regina Police or Crime Stoppers.