At least 11 people were stabbed by a man riding a BMX bike in several locations in Albuquerque, New Mexico on Sunday.
The unidentified knifeman is in custody and all 11 victims are in stable condition, police said.
UPDATE: Officers are investigating 7 possible scenes – stretching from Downtown to Central and Wyoming – with reports of 11 stabbing victims. All victims are in stable condition. The lone suspect is in custody.
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Albuquerque police are investigating a stabbing incident that happened Sunday afternoon. Police responded to the area of Wyoming and Central to reports of several people who had been stabbed.
Officials say the incident began around 11:00 a.m. Sunday with a stabbing in the area of Sister Bar in downtown Albuquerque at Central Ave. and 4th St. More stabbings would occur at Central and Harvard Dr., Central and Pennsylvania St., and Central and Domingo.
“They appear to be random, someone was involved with an accident here on Central, a person just came up and said they were stabbed. There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason at this point,” Gilbert Gallegos with APD said Sunday.
Officials say the suspect was on a BMX bike and had a large knife on them. The suspect was arrested near Lomas without incident.
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