Despite arrests that were made in relation to a stabbing at CrossIron Mills Mall, Airdrie RCMP is asking the public for help.

“The investigation is ongoing and there are still unidentified suspects. Airdrie RCMP is asking anyone who witnessed the event or who may have footage to please submit it to Airdrie RCMP in order to help with the investigation,” police stated in a release on Saturday. 

On Friday evening, Airdrie RCMP was called to a Black Friday stabbing at CrossIron Mills Mall, which sent three people to hospital.

"All three victims were transported to the hospital and are now in stable condition," police stated in a release on Friday evening.

The car which the suspects fled in, reported to be a white Toyota Highlander was also located early on Saturday morning.  

Police stated earlier that they believed the incident was a targeted, isolated incident and there was no further concern for public safety.

The CrossIron Mills Mall stabbing came hours after a violent altercation in a Calgary mall. On Friday afternoon, Calgary police responded to Market Mall after reports of an assault with a weapon.

"One person was transported to hospital in life-threatening condition. Two others were transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries," Calgary police stated.

Four individuals were arrested by CPS for the Market Mall assault as well. CPS said the investigation is continuing.

If anyone has any information regarding the CrossIron Mills Mall incident, please contact the Airdrie RCMP at 403-945-7267 or your local police. If you wish to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS), or online at www.

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