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Stabbing in Manchester’s Bass Island Park investigated
Police said Benjamin Galucki of Bedford was pumping gas at the Main Street Gulf station about 11 p.m. when he saw two men walking toward him. One of them, the 60-year-old injured man who has no fixed address, was holding the right side of his stomach.
Galucki called police, but the victim's unidentified friend left the scene before police arrived.
The man told police a 5-foot-6 white man wearing a black T-shirt stabbed him near Bass Island Park. His assailant fled on a bicycle, heading south on Second Street, he said.
Police said the injured man was less than cooperative with them, so it is unclear if the incident occurred the way it was depicted.
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