Police say taser, brass knuckles used in Glebe Memorial Park swarming

Ottawa Police are searching for suspects after they say a group of people playing hockey in Glebe Memorial Park were swarmed January 2.

They describe two suspects carrying items like a taser and brass knuckles.

Police say two people were assaulted, and one was zapped by the energy weapon.

The injuries were minor.

Several items were stolen, including a card which police say was used at a Greenbank Road store shortly afterward.

Police descriptions:

- Suspect #1: white male, age 28-30, 5'8"-5'9"(173 cm - 175 cm), English speaking no accent; bald, ginger goatee or beard, wore a grey hoodie, jeans (pictured)

- Suspect #2: white male, age 28-30, 5'8"-5'9"(173 cm - 175 cm), English speaking, wore white shirt and snapback hat.

- Suspect #3: driver of a silver Mazda 3. No physical description.