Canada 22-year-old man dies after being punched inside Starbucks in Burnaby, B.C.

06:06  10 august  2017
06:06  10 august  2017 Source:   cbc.ca

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Michael Page-Vincelli, 22, died from his injuries after an altercation inside the Starbucks at Hastings and Kensington in Burnaby, B.C. © Jacy Schindel/CBC Michael Page-Vincelli, 22, died from his injuries after an altercation inside the Starbucks at Hastings and Kensington in Burnaby, B.C.

A 22-year-old man has died after being punched inside a Starbucks coffee shop in Burnaby, B.C., an altercation witnesses say began with a spat over a tossed cigarette butt.

The altercation happened July 12 and is being investigated as a homicide, but authorities hadn't spoken publicly about the case until CBC News started inquiring about it — prompted by reports from concerned witnesses.

The victim is identified on a memorial in front of the coffee shop as Michael Page-Vincelli.

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Witnesses who were at the Starbucks near Hastings Street and Kensington Avenue when the incident happened told CBC News it started outside — over a cigarette butt tossed from a car.

"The woman tossed a cigarette out the window and he [Page-Vincelli] picked it up and he threw it back at her," said Michael Zimeras, who was one of the witnesses outside the coffee shop at the time.

The woman went inside a nearby bank and came out with a man, and the pair followed Page-Vincelli into Starbucks.

"Two minutes later they came out," said Zimeras.

Zimeras said he went inside to see what happened, and saw Page-Vincelli lying on the floor bleeding.

No charges laid

The 22-year-old died after being punched inside this Starbucks in the 6500 block of Hastings in Burnaby, B.C. © Jacy Schindel/CBC The 22-year-old died after being punched inside this Starbucks in the 6500 block of Hastings in Burnaby, B.C. A small memorial has been assembled outside the coffee shop, with a picture and messages remembering Michael Page-Vincelli. © Jacy Schindel/CBC A small memorial has been assembled outside the coffee shop, with a picture and messages remembering Michael Page-Vincelli.

According to witnesses inside the coffee shop, who declined to be identified, Page-Vincelli was punched and fell, hitting his head on the counter.

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Burnaby RCMP were called to the scene, and found the victim "suffering injuries," according to the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team, which is now in charge of the case.

Page-Vincelli was taken to hospital, but died July 15.

"IHIT investigators are diligently pursuing leads and advancing the investigation," said Cpl. Meghan Foster in a statement.

According to a witness, the fight started when a woman tossed a cigarette butt out of the window of her car. © Jacy Schindel/CBC According to a witness, the fight started when a woman tossed a cigarette butt out of the window of her car.

"Investigators believe there are no concerns relating to public safety."

No charges have been laid in the young man's death, and officials are not identifying any of the people involved.

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