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Man Stabbed by Masked Suspect in Hesperia

HESPERIA, Calif.(VVNG.com)- A male called 911 stating he was stabbed in the back by an unknown suspect wearing a mask.

The stabbing was reported at 9:05 p.m. on Sunday, October 30th outside the Circle K located in the 8100 block of I Avenue in Hesperia.

Gina Lovera stated in our Facebook group Victor Valley News:

“I was sitting in the parking lot [and] couldn’t get out of there till [sic] the cops let us go. Dude in the mask stabbed the other guy outside the front door. The guy that got stabbed [was] saying he don’t wanna die he has kids.”

Per scanner reports, the suspect had a white hockey mask with red spots, last seen wearing black over black, and a Jansport backpack. The suspect was last seen heading eastbound on Danbury riding a black BMX bicycle.

Due to the victim’s injuries, an airship was requested to transport him to a trauma center.

A Sheriff’s helicopter is in the area assisting ground deputies in the search for the suspect.

Additional information will be updated as the story develops.

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