VIDEO Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Student Injured in Stabbing, Police Seek Suspects

VIDEO Kutztown University of Pennsylvania Student Injured in Stabbing, Police Seek Suspects

Authorities are searching for three suspects they say may have involved in a stabbing at Kutztown University.

The Borough of Kutztown Police Department said on their Twitter page Saturday that they “need to talk” to three people involved in the stabbing of a student.

Police released photos and a video of the three male suspects, adding that they are searching for the knife used in the attack.

The university said in a safety alert that the victim was a 22-year-old student who was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital where he is in serious condition.

Officials believe at least one of the suspects is a Kutztown student. Authorities do not know who committed the stabbing at this time.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 610-683-3545.

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