Langley man stabbed at strip club

Police were called to a Whalley strip club Sunday night after two men were stabbed. 

According to the Surrey RCMP, officers received a call just before midnight Sunday notifying that two men had been stabbed outside of the Shakerz Show Lounge off of Whalley Boulevard and 104th Avenue. 

The victims, a 44-year-old Chilliwack man and a 35-year-old Langley man were taken to hospital. The 44-year-old had multiple stab wounds to his side and back while the Langley man was stabbed once. 

Both men were listed in stable condition. 

Surrey RCMP Cpl. Bert Paquet said both men are known to police and that investigators were receiving “limited cooperation” from both the victims and witnesses. 

“We believe the incident occurred just outside of the establishment near the entrance and we are still investigating,” said Paquet, adding a black SUV was possibly used by the suspects to leave the area. 

Police are asking anyone with information to contact the Surrey RCMP. 

– Christopher Poon is a reporter with the Surrey Now

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