Hanna Freson Bros. Employee slashed

A caucasian male approached a Hanna Freson Bros employee at approximately 4:45 p.m. on Sun., June 10. who demanded money.
When the employee informed the individual that they had none, he proceeded to slash at their face and neck with an unknown weapon causing non-life threatening injuries.
The suspect, who was described as a man in his thirties wearing dark jeans and a blue jacket, had a stocky build and was approximately 5’11”. He was seen with brown, buzz cut hair and was clean shaven.
The same suspect had approached the employee earlier in the day at approximately 8 a.m. while they were working at the garden center in the parking lot. The male asked to exchange a $20 bill at that time, but left when the employee said they did not have any money.
If anyone sees the suspect contact 911 immediately. Do not approach or pursue.
Businesses are asked to review surveillance video for this suspect.
Information about this crime can be reported to the Hanna RCMP at 403-854-3391. Anonymous tips can also be provided through Crime Stoppers.
A more detailed description of the suspect was released on Mon., June 11 and is as follows:
Approximately 30-years-old, athletic build with broader shoulders, bigger chest and arms, thin waist. Approximately 5’11” and 180-190 pounds. Wearing a flat black form fitting T-Shirt with no pockets or logo anywhere. Black designer jeans with slight manufactured fade lines in behind the thighs. Very dark brown buzz cut hair approximately 1/4” in length with slight receding hairline above temples. Thicker dark eyebrows. No unibrow with brown eyes. Walked with a exaggerated swagger. Caucasian with a slightly higher pitched voice than average.

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