(CBS Detroit) — Police in Detroit are investigating three stabbings that occurred over a three-hour period on Sunday, July 16.
Detroit police said the first incident occurred around 10 a.m. on Gratiot near Harper on Detroit’s east side. A man in his 60s was stabbed multiple times in the face and back by an unknown assailant.
The suspect stole from the victim and then ran off.
The victim was transported to a local hospital, where he was reported in critical condition.
Meanwhile, shortly before 1 p.m., Sixth Precinct officers were called to a report of two separate stabbings within a block of each other on Warren Avenue near Southfield Freeway.
The first, on Warren in Brace Street, had a man stabbed in the head.
In the second incident, on Warren at Greenview, a man was stabbed in the hand.
Police said they are investigating the two Warren Avenue stabbings as separate incidents for now, as they are unsure if they are related.
The circumstances of the two Warren Avenue victims have not been released.
No suspects have been arrested for any of the incidents.
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