EUGENE, Ore. – Police are seeking the public’s help identifying those involved in a stabbing incident in Eugene on Friday.
Eugene officers responded to a report of a physical dispute between three men just before 2 p.m. It happened in the 1700 block of E. 25th Avenue.
In the incident, a 36-year-old man was stabbed, police said. His injuries were not life threatening.
Two vehicles left the scene, while the injured man remained.
One of the vehicles involved is a gold Chevy Impala with the plate number 342HPL, which does not match the vehicle in the police system. Police said two white men in their 30s were in the car.
The other vehicle is a green Ford Mustang with an unknown plate. Police said the driver was a white woman in her 30s.
If you have information, contact Officer Jackson Stramler at 541-393-7754.
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