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No suspects have been identified in Wednesday evening incident, but authorities say there is no threat to public

Local police were continuing to investigate a reported stabbing in northeast Prineville that was reported Wednesday evening.

According to a Prineville Police Department report, around 6:30 p.m., city police and Crook County Sheriff's Office personnel responded to a report of a possible stabbing in the 1100 block of Northeast Allen Avenue. Upon arrival, a perimeter was secured, and the victim was found inside his dwelling with a wound to his leg.

A Redmond Police Department K-9 was requested during the initial call, and a search was conducted by law enforcement but no suspect was located.

The victim was transported to St. Charles Prineville for a non-life threatening leg wound. Police reported that there are no outstanding suspects at this time and no threat to public safety.

An active investigation into the incident was ongoing Thursday, and anyone with information regarding the incident is asked to call the Prineville Police Department.

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