REHOBOTH (WBSM) — Rehoboth Police are investigating the stabbing of a 29-year-old woman on Tuesday night.

In a release, Rehoboth Deputy Chief Brian Ramos said dispatchers received a 911 call from a woman who said she had been stabbed.

Officers arrived at Smith Street and found the woman, who remains unidentified at this time, bleeding from a stab wound to her ear. 

According to Ramos, the victim told officers she was stabbed by another woman she knew during a fight.

Prior to the stabbing, the victim said she was in a car with the suspect and two other unnamed men. 

The victim said while traveling north on Smith Street, a fight broke out between herself and the suspect, causing the vehicle to be pulled over.

The fight continued outside of the vehicle, when the suspect took out a knife and stabbed the victim in her ear.

The suspect and the two other men then fled the scene and ran north on Smith Street towards Attleboro.

After a search in the neighborhood, officers were unable to find the suspect or the two men, according to Ramos.

The woman was then transported to the hospital and was treated for minor stab wounds. She was released on Wednesday.

Ramos said the search for the suspect and the two other individuals remains ongoing.

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