Canadian police continue to hunt down suspects involved in a deadly riot in Binbrook, Ontario, over the weekend, leaving Brock Beck, the son of former New York Ranger captain Barry Beck, dead and injured.
Hamilton police were called to Binbrook’s residence shortly before 2 a.m. local time on Sunday due to reports of violations. When they arrived at the scene, they saw two victims, 20-year-old Brock Beck and 16-year-old, who were not identified.
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Brock Beck apparently suffered a stab wound and was transported to a hospital, where he died of his injuries. The second victim was also taken to hospital, but was released shortly after.
Police have not identified the suspects or the motive, but believe the victims in their own vehicle were followed by what was described only as a four-door sedan before the suspects collided with Brock and his friend on the road to the residence where the attack took place.
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Investigators are asking residents and businesses in the area to check their surveillance of the suspects, who are believed to have been in the area between 1:30 and 2:30 a.m.
Brock Beck was a student in Nova Scotia who was studying for a mental health program and was at home for a month only at the time of the murder, according to the CBC. His father, Barry Beck, played 11 seasons in the NHL.
Barry Beck spent most of his career at Rangers, where he was named captain for the second year with the franchise. He commented on his son’s sudden passing in his Facebook post.
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“Why stab him several times if you don’t kill him,” Beck wrote, according to the New York Post. “May God have mercy on the souls of the attackers and perhaps the detectives will find them for me!”