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11/6/08

Lubbock Police Search for Suspect in Thursday Stabbing

Lubbock Police are searching for a suspect Thursday, after a stabbing victim drove himself to a local convenience store. Authorities arrived at the 7-11 at 19th and Quaker around 3:15pm Thursday, to find a 26-year-old man stabbed several times.

EMS rushed the victim to Covenant Medical Center with life threatening injuries. Police tell us doctors were able to stabilize the victim at the hospital. Authorities have determined the stabbing happened a few blocks away at 20th and Raleigh. 

"Our victim was able to drive his car to 7-11 at 19th and Quaker where EMS was called there, transported him from 7-11 to Covenant," said Sgt. Jim Pachall. "Investigators are still gathering details, but they say it appears the stabbing started over a domestic dispute."

Police have a limited description on the suspect. They say he is a black male, and was last seen driving a green car southbound from the scene on Raleigh.

If you know anything that could help investigators, call Crime Line at (806) 741-1000.

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