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Fargo police investigate gas station stabbing

Police say two people have been detained.

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Fargo police detain one of two people in connection with a stabbing at the Exxon gas station off 13th Avenue south.
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FARGO — Police are investigating a stabbing at the Exxon gas station at 3441 13th Ave. S. in Fargo.

It happened Wednesday evening just after 9 p.m.

Police say the victim was taken to the hospital.

Their condition is unknown.

Police say they detained two people after a foot chase.


The motive for the stabbing is under investigation.

Related Topics: CRIME AND COURTS
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