BANGOR, Maine — Police investigating a Labor Day stabbing on Pine Street that sent a 32-year-old man to the hospital on Tuesday asked those with information about the incident to contact them.
“If anyone has information concerning this incident, they are urged to call Bangor Police at 947-7382 or if you wish to remain anonymous, press 6 to utilize the Tip Line,” Lt. Paul Edwards said in a statement.
No arrests have been made in connection with the stabbing at 209 Pine St. Police responded at about 5 p.m. Monday to a report of an altercation.
“A 32-year-old male was transported to a local hospital by Bangor Fire paramedics and as of this morning his injuries appear to be non-life threatening,” Edwards said. “The involved persons have been identified and the case is still under investigation.”
The man was taken to Eastern Maine Medical Center with an abdominal wound, Detective Sgt. Paul Kenison said from the scene on Monday night.
“A motive has not yet been established,” Edwards said in an email.
Detectives in the department’s Criminal Investigations Division and the Evidence Response Team are working on the stabbing with the Penobscot County district attorney’s office.
A representative at the DA’s office said they had no additional information to release.
A man who lives in the building where the stabbing occurred said the victim’s name is Mark Mayhew. Edwards said he could not confirm the identify of the man stabbed.
No information about the condition of the injured man was available, an EMMC representative said on Tuesday.
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