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Sask. police looking for suspects after man stabbed

A Prince Albert Police Service car is pictured in the file photo. (Prince Albert Police Service) A Prince Albert Police Service car is pictured in the file photo. (Prince Albert Police Service)
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The Prince Albert police are investigating a stabbing that occurred in the 3200 block of 2nd Avenue West Thursday evening.

At about 9:08 p.m., police dispatched to the area for a weapon complaint where they found a 23-year-old man suffering from a superficial stab wound, police said in a release.

He was taken to Victoria Hospital, police said.

According to Prince Albert police, the victim and two suspects had an interaction inside a business on the same block.

This interaction escalated into a confrontation outside the business, where the victim was stabbed.

Police said both suspects were reported to have long skateboards and were described as:

- Suspect one: approximately 5’8” tall, all black clothing with a hood, glasses;

- Suspect two: approximately 6’0” tall, black pants, grey t-shirt.

Police said they continue to investigate the incident and anyone with information is asked to contact police.

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