RCMP are urging witnesses to come forward.Kelowna RCMP are investigating a bizarre incident in the city’s Kerry Park on Sunday afternoon.At around 2:30 p.m., police arrived at the waterfront Kerry Park, near the intersection of Bernard Avenue and Abbott Street, after a report of an assault and disturbance in the area.Witnesses at the scene told police that a man allegedly grabbed a small child being held by its mother. A struggle ensued and the suspect allegedly jumped into Okanagan Lake and swam away, before getting stuck on a log boom.RCMP officers apprehended the suspect with the assistance of a Kelowna Fire Department rescue vessel.“It’s unclear at this time exactly what the male’s intentions were and that, of course, will be a large portion of our continued investigation,” Cpl. Jesse O’Donaghey said in a release. “As a parent myself, I can only imagine what would have been going through the minds of the child’s parents.”The suspect is a 30-year-old man originally from Alberta. His name was not released. He remains in police custody and faces potential criminal charges. He is expected to appear at the Kelowna Law Courts on Monday.The child was medically examined and later released from hospital.“The Kelowna RCMP and its victim services volunteers will continue to support the youth’s family,” adds Cpl. O’Donaghey.RCMP are urging witnesses to come forward.