Mother, daughter hospitalized in midtown stabbing, suspect on the run

TULSA, Okla. — Quick facts:

  • Police are investigating a stabbing incident near 11th and Quincy.
  • Two women were hospitalized.
  • A suspect is at large.

A suspect is on the run and two women are in the hospital after a midtown stabbing incident.

Police said two women were stabbed near 11th and Quincy.

Both victims are in the hospital. They are expected to survive their wounds.

Police said the stabbing likely happened at the Quincy Plaza apartment complex near there.

Officers said the suspect appeared to jump from behind and stab a mother, 34, and her daughter, 14, who were coming to the apartment to visit someone living there.

The suspect reportedly stabbed them several times in the arms, hands and head.

No one is in custody. Police said they do not know if the male attacker knows the victims.

They have not released the man's identity, but they said they believe he lives next door.

UPDATE: Mother, 35, and daughter, 14, are recovering from multiple stab wounds to the head and arms. Tulsa Police are looking for the suspect, who they say attacked them as they walked up the staircase. Now on to a double stabbing in midtown, near 11th and Peoria. Tulsa Police working to track down a suspect. Updates on the victims on FOX23 News This Morning.

Posted by Hector Mejia 8 News Now on Sunday, May 22, 2016


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