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No Suspects in Greenfield Double Stabbing

No Suspects in Greenfield Double Stabbing

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(Greenfield, MA) – Greenfield Police are investigating an alleged knife attack on a man and a small boy. The incident occurred Tuesday night when police were called to Franklin Medical Center after a man and a toddler came in with superficial knife wounds. The adult told police that he and the child were accosted by four men who got out of an SUV and confronted them on Elm Street. One of the men allegedly had a knife and stabbed the two. Police have no suspects as yet.

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