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Pics: Manhunt underway for stabbing suspect

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May 16, 2024

Police officials are searching for a male suspect who stabbed a woman in the neck on a college campus in the state of Washington on Tuesday.

In a statement on Facebook, the Vancouver Police Department explained that police officers responded to a “report of a disturbance with weapons call” at Clark College on Tuesday and discovered that a woman had been stabbed in the neck.

“The victim reported that while she was sitting outside the Archer building, an unknown male approached her, was screaming and asking for help,” the Vancouver Police Department stated. “The female thought the male had punched her, but she saw blood an[d] realized she had been stabbed.”

Police officials said the female victim was transported to a local hospital with “non-life-threatening injuries.” Meanwhile, the suspect of the stabbing incident ran away from the campus and was last spotted heading toward Water Works Park. Police officers were not able to locate the suspect.

Sharing images of the stabbing suspect, the Vancouver Police Department wrote, “Surveillance cameras captured images of the suspect who was described as East Asian or Middle Eastern, 30-40 years of age, medium build with a beard.”

The Vancouver Police Department noted in its Facebook post that officials discovered another incident at the college that allegedly involved the male stabbing suspect the day prior to the stabbing attack.

“During the investigation, Vancouver Police learned that another incident occurred on May 13 in one of the college parking lots involving a male suspect that matched the description of the suspect in the stabbing incident,” police officials stated.

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Vancouver Police officials said Monday’s incident was relayed to the department by Clark College security officials, who were informed that an unidentified male had approached a female who was sitting inside her car in a college parking lot. When the unidentified female opened the driver’s door, the male suspect allegedly pulled on the door in an attempt to enter the vehicle; however, the suspect ran away after the female started to scream.

Following Tuesday’s stabbing attack, Bailey Miccichi, a Clark College student, told KATU-TV that she was concerned for her own safety.

“If I want to take a walk at some point in the night, or even during the day now, I can’t, because I have to be worried about people like this guy,” she said.