Police on Vancouver Island are investigating after a 29-year-old woman was allegedly pushed over a 12-meter cliff in Lake Thetis.
It happened around 3:30 in the afternoon. Sunday at the famous park just outside Victoria.
According to the West Shore RCMP, the woman was walking near the first cliff on the beach when she met a group of three unknown women who were drinking alcohol.
The police said the victim stopped to look over the cliff when someone pushed her from behind, dropping her into the water below.
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"Fortunately the victim was able to swim to shore and later received medical treatment for her injuries. The police are looking for witnesses or the person responsible to come forward to talk to the investigators," Cpl said. Chris Dovell in a press release.
The three women are described as Caucasian and between 20 and 30 years old. Two of the women had brown hair and one was a blonde, police said. The trio wore swimsuits and sunglasses.
Police said there could be other witnesses in the area, including a man who offered help to the victim.
Anyone with information is invited to contact West Shore RCMP or Crime Stoppers if they wish to remain anonymous.
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