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Bend Police have released few details about the stabbing incident late Saturday afternoon in a residence in NE Bend. The suspect is still at large. Police say Patrick Olstad is suspected of stabbing an acquaintance during a dispute at the victim's residence near NE 6th and Innes Lane. Olstad then fled. Thinking Olstad fled to his own apartment, police surrounded the Alpine Meadow Apartments, evacuated other residents, and blocked off streets. After three hours, it was determined he wasn't there. In the meantime, the victim was taken to the hospital with stab wounds to the legs and arms. Now, Bend Police are asking for your help. “He is a white male adult in his 40's. He has brown hair, thin, and considered armed and dangerous. Don't approach him obviously, please. If you happen to know him and see him, give the bend city police a call.” Bend Police’s Brian Kindel says because of the knife, he is considered armed and dangerous.  But in reality, Olstad is not likely to strike randomly. This was an argument between two people who know each other.

 

 

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