WOODBRIDGE, VA. (WUSA9) - Police are searching for a two suspects after a stabbing at a 7-Eleven in Woodbridge, Virginia Friday night.
Around 8:20 p.m., police responded to a stabbing in the 13900 block of Jefferson Davis Highway for a stabbing.
Police said a 25-year-old man was inside the store when two unknown men approached him. They demanded the victim give them his shoes, but the victim refused and completed his purchase while the suspects left the store.
When the victim left, police said one of the suspects ran by him and stabbed him in the lower body with an unknown edged object.
The suspect then attempted to stab the victim a second time before both men got into a black sedan, possibly a Honda or Toyota, and fled the area.
According to the police, the suspects yelled gang affiliations during the altercation.
The victim was able to get into his own vehicle and drive to his nearby residence and call the police. He was transported to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
The suspects were not located. The investigation continues.
The suspect who stabbed victim with an edged object is being described as a Hispanic male, late teens or early 20’s, about 6'0” with a goatee.
He was wearing a black or light green jacket, light khakis pants and a black ball cap with purple lines.
The other suspect is described as a Hispanic male, late teens or early 20’s, about 5'10"
He was wearing a blue North Face hooded sweatshirt with a large North Face logo on the front, a gray and black winter-style ski cap and dark colored pants.
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