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UPDATE: Cleveland police search for stabbing suspect

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CLEVELAND (WRCB) - Cleveland Police are looking for a suspect in a stabbing incident Thursday.  It happened around 9:30 p.m. at the Bi-Lo on McGrady Drive. 

Officers received multiple calls of a man stabbing two females in the Bi-Lo parking lot.  When police arrived the found Bridget Wagner and Angela Thomas with multiple stab wounds.

The ladies stated that they were getting into the vehicle when Nathan Goforth, Wagner's ex-boyfriend began stabbing Thomas.  When Wagner tried to stop him he stabbed her, then stabbed Thomas again.

The women's two 4-year-old children were in the vehicle and saw the entire incident but were not harmed.

Thomas told officers a burgundy SUV, possibly a Yukon or Suburban, driven by a female pulled up and yelled at Goforth to "get in".  The SUV took off toward APD 40. 

The driver has been identified as Melissa Dawn Patterson, 41 years-old

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Nathan Goforth is asked to call the ClevelandPolice Department.

 

 

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