MANASSAS, Va. (WUSA) -- Manassas City Police are looking for six men after a stabbing Sunday night at the El Rincon restaurant.
Police say the restaurant's owner told officers that six Hispanic males were causing problems and were told to leave the business at 9012-B Centreville Road. One male threatened and pushed a waitress as they left without paying their bill, according to police.
When they went outside, they asked a man sitting in his vehicle about his gang affiliation. One male then broke a bottle on the man's windshield, while the others reportedly surrounded the vehicle. The man attempted to run away but was stabbed in the arm. Witnesses said that the six suspects left in a green Ford Explorer with license tags MCH-136 (no state for the plates was given).
One male in the group was described as 6'1" tall and approximately 170 pounds. He had a tattoo on the right side of his neck and on his hands.
Another male was described as 5'10" tall, heavy built with short black hair. He also had a tattoo on the right side of his neck and several other tattoos on his arms and hands.