A search is on for suspects involved in an overnight stabbing in South Norwalk.
The victim was stabbed on the street in the stomach after a disagreement at a bar on Washington Street early Sunday morning, Feb. 17, according to Norwalk PD Lt. Terry Blake.
Officers interviewed the victim, whose injuries are described as non-life threatening, at about 2:15 a.m. Sunday The victim’s injuries are non-life threatening, Blake said.
The victim left the bar after the stabbing and began walking back to a friend’s vehicle on Madison Street. While walking, the victim observed a group of men from the earlier altercation following the victim and the victim’s friends in a vehicle.
As the victim entered a parking lot on Madison Street, the vehicle struck the victim, knocking the victim to the ground, Blake said.
The group of men then exited the vehicle and one of the men stabbed the victim in the abdomen, according to Blake.
The suspects then fled the area in the vehicle. The victim’s friends transported the victim to the hospital by a private car.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact Norwalk Detectives at 203-854-3011.
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