Police ask public for evidence of wrongdoing at Wall protest
Saskatoon police are asking anyone who feels they were the victim of a crime during the protests outside the Saskatchewan Party fundraiser where Premier Brad Wall spoke in Saskatoon on Thursday night to come forward.
Hundreds of people protested outside Prairieland Park, impeding traffic and chanting anti-Wall slogans as attendees tried to enter the parking lot.
“The service is aware of the concerns of many people who were attempting to attend an event,” police said in a news release. Investigators are requesting video evidence and eye witness accounts. Anyone wishing to make a report can do so over the phone or in person at the police station, the release said. Postmedia News