Argument at Lynnwood bar leaves two with serious stab wounds

LYNNWOOD — Two men were stabbed following an argument at a Lynnwood bar early Saturday morning.

Both victims were taken to a hospital with serious injuries, according to a news release from Lynnwood Police Department.

They are in their mid-20s.

At around 1 a.m., police responded to a reported stabbing at a bar in the 5800 block of 198th Street SW, Lynnwood. Officers found the victims, but the suspect, a man in his 20s, had already left in a vehicle with three other people, according to the release. Police are investigating the attack and searching for the alleged attacker.

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