News Wounded man seeks help at pharmacy SHARE ON: Bob McIntyre, staff Thursday, Sep. 12th, 2019 Paramedics from Cochrane District EMS wheel a man into an ambulance at Third Ave. and Birch St., late Thursday afternoon. The patient -- who was covering his head with a garment -- had gone to the Shoppers Simply Pharmacy looking for help, after being injured with what police call an "edged weapon". (Bob McIntyre, MyTimminsNow.com staff) Police call an incident in downtown Timmins late Thursday afternoon “isolated”. At about 5:00pm, a man who was wounded with “an edged weapon” — again, a police term — went to Shoppers Simply Pharmacy on Third Ave. at Birch St., looking for help. Police officers put yellow tape around the entrance to Shoppers Simply Pharmacy at Third Ave. and Birch St. Thursday afternoon. (Bob McIntyre, MyTimminsNow.com staff) As officers put yellow tape around the store’s entrance and directed pedestrians around it, paramedics brought out the 31-year-old male victim. He was holding a jacket or other garment over his head. He was listed in stable condition at Timmins and District Hospital. The criminal investigation division of Timmins Police is in charge of the case.