SAN DIEGO (CNS) - A 29-year-old man was stabbed Saturday by his ex-girlfriend's cousin during an argument with his former girlfriend outside his Mount Hope home and the suspects remain at large, police said.
The unidentified victim was standing outside his residence in the 500 block of 43rd Street near J Street, when his ex-girlfriend and her male cousin arrived at his home, according to San Diego police Sgt. Ray Battrick.
The former lovers began to argue and the woman's 20-year-old cousin became involved in a physical altercation with the victim, during which the victim was knocked to the ground and stabbed in his left ankle, Battrick said.
The victim's ex-girlfriend and her cousin fled the scene in a champagne-colored Ford Escort, Battrick said.
The victim went to a hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries, Battrick said.
Police were searching for the pair. The names of the suspect and the victim's ex-girlfriend were not released by police.
Anyone with information on this attack or the suspects was asked to call the SDPD at (619) 531-2000 or Crime Stoppers at (888) 540-8477.
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