IMPD investigates home invasion, stabbing on city’s near northeast side
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Officers with the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department are investigating a violent home invasion on the city’s near northeast side.
According to police, a robber entered a house in the 2100 block of East 34<sup>th</sup> Street sometime around 4 a.m. on Tuesday. The suspect reportedly walked through an open door in the house and stabbed a man in the leg in what police say was a residential robbery.
The man was in serious but stable condition, and police tell us he was alert and speaking with medics when they arrived.
There were three other people in the home at the time of the stabbing, but no one else was injured.
Police are also investigating this as a residential robbery but nothing appears to have been taken.
IMPD says its working with a “very vague” description of the suspect at this point and time. But an officer with IMPD says they’re under the impression that the victim might know more information than he’s letting on.