Woman safe after man pulls knife

RCMP are warning the public about a man who reportedly threatened a woman with a knife in the Whitesail area.

A Caucasian male in his 20s is being sought by the RCMP in connection with a report that a man pulled a knife on a Kitimat woman who was walking in the Whitesail of town.

Police say that the woman was not harmed and was able to get away. The man himself left the area on foot after a porch light went on, scaring him off.

He is described as 5;9″ tall, with blonde hair, blue eyes and was wearing a black hoodie and blue jeans.

He was last seen on Nalabila Blvd., heading towards Lahakas Blvd.

Police ask anyone with information regarding this incident to call them at 250-632-7111, or call Crime Stoppers to remain anonymous at 1-800-222-8477.

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