Man stabbed in chest near Roosevelt's Froula Park - UPDATE

By jseattle February 19, 2010

Emergency crews responded to a man with a single knife puncture wound to the chest tonight near 16th Ave NE at 77th st. The 911 log shows the emergency crews were dispatched at 7:44 PM. We heard a call for a blood run via police radio chatter indicating an extremely serious wound. Will update this post when we know more about the situation.

We have reports that this stemmed from an interrupted car prowl. Police are looking for a blue Ford Explorer that they believe the suspect fled the scene in. Officers have an incomplete license plate for the vehicle hampering the search.

The suspect is described as a white male, around 23 years old, bald, wearing a white color jacket at the time of the stabbing.

Here's the report from SPD:

Stabbing in North Seattle

On February 19th at approximately 7:43 p.m. two adult male suspects were breaking into an Infiniti coupe near the corner of NE 77th Street and 16th Avenue NE.  The vehicle’s owner, an adult male in his 40’s, interrupted the crime in progress and was subsequently attacked and stabbed by the suspects.  The suspects then fled the scene in a Ford Explorer that has been described as either gray, light blue or green.  The suspects, who remain at large, were described as white males with long hair.

The victim sustained at least two stab wounds to his lower torso.  He was treated at the scene by SFD medics and transported to Harborview Medical Center with life-threatening injuries.  

Anyone with information about this incident or who may know the identities or whereabouts of the suspects is asked to call 911 or Seattle Police immediately and refer to this incident.

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