2 stabbed during home invasion in Aurora

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Two people were stabbed during a home invasion in Aurora.

Aurora Police say the incident happened around 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the upper apartment unit on the 500 block of 4th Ave.

Two men, ages 22 and 32, suffered stab wounds.

One man was stabbed in the arm, the other in the neck, according to police.

Police say shots were fired after the stabbing but neither was hit by gunfire.

Police are seeking two suspects, a Hispanic male and a black male.

The victims were treated at an Aurora hospital.

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    • guest

      whites shoot whites all the time…can you say Sandy Hook..and those were children as well …don't make it seem like this is a shock!…any life loss is a tragedy.I pray for the world & all races b/c death doesn't have a color or ethnic background

  • Joshua

    Tommy D is exactly what is wrong with out society today. It's amazing that race is the first thing he decides to post about. When are you going to get out of the stone ages dude? Little minds make little comments.

  • Johnny boy

    "How does a black man dressed like me, walk in here and start poking around without anybody asking me any questions whatsoever! This guy gave me a match for christs' sake! Now I think you guy's better all call your wives because we are going to check the background of every crate in this warehouse starting with this one right here! "

  • victim

    it doesnt matter who or what for the voilence needs to stop communities need to rejoice and help one another to become better, safer and successful communities for our young ones —

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