2 overnight stabbings may be connected

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SAN DIEGO -- Police are investigating two stabbing incidents in San Diego's Ocean Crest neighborhood but authorities said it's unclear if the two are related.

Around 8:40 p.m. Thursday, a 30-year-old man entered a San Diego hospital with two stab wounds to his left side and left arm, saying he had been stabbed at 600 Hollister St., according to San Diego police Officer Robert Heims. His injuries are non-life threatening, Heims said.

The victim said he felt himself get stabbed but did not give police any suspect information or details of the attack, claiming he didn't know what happened, according to Heims.

A short time later a 29-year-old male victim came into the same hospital, also with two stab wounds, but to his left lower chest and left forearm, Heims said. His injuries also are non-life threatening.

The second victim told officer he was stabbed near the Beyer Boulevard Trolley Station. He also did not have a description for the suspect and claimed to not know what happened, Heims said.

Authorities couldn't confirm if there was more than one suspect but they said it wouldn't be likely that there was.

Anyone with information related to the stabbings is asked to call Heims at (619) 531-2000 or Crime Stoppers at 888-580-8477.

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