SANTA ROSA (CBS SF) – Police are in search of a person who allegedly stabbed an worker at a Santa Rosa fuel station Thursday morning, in accordance with police.
At 10:15 a.m., officers acquired a report of an assault with a knife at a fuel station close to Morgan Road and School Avenue, police stated.
There, officers discovered that a man had entered the fuel station’s toilet. After about 10 minutes, an worker advised the person to go away, because the fuel station has had issues with individuals doing medicine inside the toilet.
When the person exited the toilet, the worker went inside and located blood, a syringe and different drug paraphernalia within the restroom, in response to police.
Minutes later, the worker exited the toilet and was close to his parked automotive on the fuel station. The person then yelled and made derogatory remarks concerning the worker’s ethnicity.
The worker advised the person to not come again to the fuel station due to the paraphernalia left behind within the rest room.
The person then ran towards the worker and punched him a number of occasions. The sufferer noticed that the person had a small folding knife in his hand, police stated.
The suspect then ran off, heading north on Morgan Road.
After returning inside to the fuel station, the sufferer observed he had been minimize with the knife, struggling a minimize to his face and a stab wound to his torso. The sufferer’s accidents weren’t thought-about life threatening, in line with police.
Police have been capable of get hold of surveillance photographs of the suspect.
Anybody with details about his id is requested to contact Santa Rosa police Officer Matt North at (707) 543-3600.
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