A 26-year-old Nampa man was injured and sent to the hospital after a reported stabbing Thursday night, according to the Nampa Police Department.
Officers responded to witness reports of an altercation at a Maverik gas station on 12th Avenue Road in Nampa around 11:30 p.m. As officers rushed to the scene, more calls came in reporting a stabbing, according to Sgt. Joe Ramirez.
Police found the 26-year-old stabbing victim at the gas station with several stab wounds in his back. He was transported to the hospital and his condition is currently unknown, Ramirez said.
Now officers are searching for three Hispanic subjects.
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One of the suspects was described as being in his late 30s with tattoos, including one of an “M” on his stomach. He was said to be about 6 feet tall, with a slender build and wearing all blue clothing, Ramirez said.
Another suspect was described as a man in his late teens or early 20s and wearing gray shorts, a gray shirt and a blue hat, Ramirez said.
The third is a woman in her early to mid-20s, Ramirez said.
A vehicle involved in the incident was described as being a red Honda Accord.
The identity of the injured man hasn’t been released yet.
Ramirez said it was too early to tell if the incident is gang-related. But he noted the suspects reportedly asked the victim if he was in a gang.
Anyone with information on the incident or suspects is urged to call Nampa Police Department at 208-465-2257.