WASHINGTON - A teenage boy was stabbed in the Tenleytown area of D.C. Wednesday afternoon, police said.
The stabbing happened in the 4500 block of 40th Street, NW, across the street from Woodrow Wilson High School.
According to police, the victim is a student at Wilson. He was conscious and breathing and suffered non-life-threatening injuries.
D.C. police are on the lookout for 2 hispanic male suspects between 16 and 17 years old. One suspect is described as having a light complexion, 5'6", 120 pounds and was wearing a black and green jacket. The second suspect is also described with having a light complexion and weighing 130 pounds.
Detectives streaming in and out of sears home appliance showroom across the street from Wilson high school. pic.twitter.com/2KaCis6bNO— Van Applegate (@VBagate) January 20, 2016
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