The North Bay Police Service has charged two city residents with attempted murder.
City police responded to an assault just after 10:30 Saturday morning with an adult male victim located on Wyld Street.
The victim was taken to hospital and remains in critical, but stable condition.
Police closed Wyld Street for several hours after the incident with an increased police presence in the area.
The two arrests were made Sunday after 5 pm in the 500-block area of Rose Avenue.
A 34-year-old woman and a 26-year-old man are both charged with attempted murder.
The man also faces four counts of Failure to comply with a release order.
They’re both in custody awaiting a bail hearing at the North Bay Courthouse.
Police say both the accused and the victim are known to each other.
Members of the North Bay Police Service Uniformed Patrol Section, Criminal Investigation Section, and Forensic Identification Section are all involved in the investigation of this incident.
The North Bay Police Service was also supported by the Ontario Provincial Police K9 Unit, Emergency Response Unit, and Remote Piloted Aerial System (drone).
Anyone who may have witnessed this incident, or has dash camera or security camera footage of this incident, is asked to contact the North Bay Police Service or Crime Stoppers.