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Tuesday, 3 February 2009

Man was being treated for a serious wound Monday after he was stabbed in the back in City Heights in an apparent gang-related attack


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18-year-old man was being treated for a serious wound Monday after he was stabbed in the back in City Heights in an apparent gang-related attack, police said. The man had just walked out of a store in the 4000 block of Landis Avenue when another young man approached from behind around 4 p.m. Sunday, San Diego police Sgt. Bob Dare said. The assailant stabbed the victim in the back once, then ran to a silver car occupied by four other men, according to Dare. Friends of the victim drove him to the hospital with a wound determined to be serious but not life-threatening, Dare said. Police described the suspect as a Latino of about 17, 5 feet 7, weighing about 190 pounds. He wore a long-sleeve black checkered shirt and jeans and fled in a car similar to a Mercedes Benz, Dare said. San Diego police gang detectives were handling the investigation.


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