Police say the mom and daughter had gotten right into a verbal confrontation with an unknown man and girl on the Bullhead City gas station.
BULLHEAD CITY, Ariz. — Bullhead City police are trying to find a suspect who allegedly stabbed a mom and daughter on Sunday at an area gas station.
Police had been dispatched at about 12:40 a.m. to a Fastrip station within the 1100 block of Highway 95 after a 28-year-old girl may very well be heard screaming for assist.
Police stated the mom and daughter had gotten right into a verbal battle with an unknown man and girl contained in the Fastrip. The altercation continued out within the parking zone the place the victims had been allegedly stabbed by the feminine suspect.
The feminine suspect is described as a brief, Hispanic girl with shoulder-length brown hair. The male suspect is described as a tall, slender Hispanic man, police stated.
The suspects had been seen leaving in a dark-colored, four-door automobile with tinted home windows.
Anyone with data can name the police at (928) 763-1999.
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