A person was found stabbed Wednesday evening in Murrieta, it was reported.
The incident was reported at about 7:15 p.m. in the 39000 block of Medina Ct. in Murrieta.
According to SWRNN on scene reporter Joe Fanaselle, Murrieta firefighters and AMR responded to the call and whisked the victim to Inland Valley Hospital.
The severity of the victim’s injuries was not known at the time of this post.
Radio transmissions indicated that Murrieta police officers were looking for a red SUV in connection with the incident.
The vehicles was possibly driven by a female who was accompanied by an unknown male.
Officers on scene combed the sidewalk for clues and questioned witnesses.
A short time later Murrieta police located a red SUV matching the description of the vehicle that allegedly fled the scene of the incident, according to radio transmissions.
The red Ford Explorer was found in the 28300 block of Stillwater Drive in Menifee.
Police were able to detain the vehicle.
A male and female were taken into custody, possibly in connection with the stabbing at about 8:30 p.m.
The identities of the victims and suspects are not known at this time.
It is also not known what led to the altercation.
Stay with SWRNN for more details as the come available.
Joe Fanaselle contributed to this report.
Kerri S. Mabee is managing editor of Southwest Riverside News Network. She can be reached at email@example.com.