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Stabbing Leaves Two People Injured In SE OKC, Suspect Outstanding

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Police are searching for the man responsible for stabbing two people.

Police said both victims remain hospitalized after being stabbed multiple times in the chest and back early Friday morning. 

Police tell News 9  two victims were attending a house party near South High Avenue and Southeast 32nd Street before 2:00 a.m. Police said during that time, the suspect became belligerent when party-goers attempted to kick the suspect out. During the course of an argument, the suspect took out a knife and stabbed a woman.

The crowd followed the suspect down the street to keep him in sight until police could arrive. That's when police say a second victim was stabbed, and later found at nearby gas station.  

Both victims were transferred to OU Medical Center with non life-threatening condition. 

According to police, the male suspect remains at large. The suspect is described as a Native American man. Police tell News 9 they have identified the suspect, but now it's a matter of tracking him down. 

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