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Fargo man stabbed twice

FARGO - Police here are investigating the stabbing of a 25-year-old Fargo man Monday night. The victim told police he was walking in the 2600 block of 15th St. S., about a block southwest of K-mart, between 9 and 9:20 p.m. when he was confronted ...

FARGO - Police here are investigating the stabbing of a 25-year-old Fargo man Monday night.

The victim told police he was walking in the 2600 block of 15th St. S., about a block southwest of K-mart, between 9 and 9:20 p.m. when he was confronted by a dark-skinned male wearing a dark-colored, possibly blue, sweatshirt, Sgt. Mark Lykken said.

Lykken said the victim, who lives in that area, was hit a few times but didn't realize until later that he'd been stabbed twice, once in the chest and once in the arm.

The victim made it into the entryway of an apartment building at 2610 15th St. S., where a person found him and called authorities at 9:24 p.m. He was taken by ambulance to Innovis Hospital.

His condition is unknown, and police didn't release his name. Lykken said it's unclear if his injuries were life-threatening.

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The victim told police the stabbing happened about half a block south of where he was found, Lykken said. The victim also told police the suspect stole his wallet, but Lykken said he couldn't substantiate that in the police report.

Lykken said details of the incident are vague, and it's unknown whether the victim knew his assailant or if it was a random crime.

"We're hopefully going to interview him either today or Thursday," he said.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call Fargo police at (701) 241-1405.

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