Boy, 12, arrested after allegedly pulling a knife on another child at a Surrey park

The child was later released into his parents’ custody as Surrey RCMP continue their investigation

A 12-year-old boy was arrested in Surrey after allegedly pulling a knife on another youth in a park Thursday.

“Witnesses who observed the incident followed and detained the suspect youth until police arrived, who then arrested the 12-year-old suspect,” Sgt. Chad Greig Greig said.

The boy was later released into his parents’ custody as Surrey Mounties continue their investigation.

No one was injured.

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