As of Monday morning, no one has been arrested or charged after a man in his 30s was stabbed in Sandnes on Sunday. Police are treating it as a domestic dispute.
Armed police attended Hana in Sandness on Sunday following reports of a stabbing at a private home.
A 30-year-old man was taken to Stavanger University Hospital with serious injuries, police said in a press release around 4pm on Sunday.
The incident was reported to the police around 2.15 pm on Sunday.
As of Monday morning, no arrests had been made.
– We have interviewed several witnesses, but there are no witnesses to the incident. “We are continuing to interview more witnesses today,” says police prosecutor Kathryn Monson.
The 30-year-old man is yet to be questioned.
– We will implement this as soon as his health permits, Mansen says.
Police investigated in the Hana area.
On Sunday evening, police said that tactical and technical investigations and intelligence are continuing with the aim of nabbing the culprit(s).
Operations manager Joran Solheim said on Sunday evening that the details of the case indicated that this was a serious incident within an environment.
Police are asking anyone with information on the case to contact them.
– Police are conducting investigations in the Hana area, but no arrests have been made so far, police prosecutor Christine Kleppa said Sunday evening.
It’s unclear when the victim will be able to be arraigned, but Kleppa said it likely won’t happen Sunday.