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October 25, 2012

Lawrence police searching for two men suspected of stabbing man on Hampshire Street

LAWRENCE — Police are searching for two suspects believed to have stabbed a man in front of 8 Hampshire St., near the intersection with Methuen Street.

According to police scanner reports, the man was stabbed at around 10:45 a.m., then staggered a short distance and collapsed on Hampshire Street.

Two suspects are being sought: One was described as wearing a green hoodie, the other was wearing "medical clothing" of some kind. They fled in a car that had New Hampshire license plates.

The car took off in an unknown direction.

It appears it may be a robbery and the victim, who is being treated at Lawrence General Hospital, is not seriously injured, according to police Chief John Romero.


More soon on this story and in tomorrow's editions of The Eagle-Tribune.

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