Two 17-year-old girls who were wanted on suspicion of stabbing and nearly killing a male in east-central Minnesota turned themselves in to authorities Sunday afternoon, authorities said.
Both teens fled the scene of the stabbing in Hinckley after the incident Wednesday, according to reports and a crime alert from the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension.
The male who was stabbed had life-threatening injuries, but no update on his condition was available Sunday. His identity and age has not been released.
A Facebook post from the Pine County Sheriff’s Office shortly after 3 p.m. Sunday said, “The two juveniles wanted in connection with the stabbing in Hinckley have turned themselves in. Thank you to all for the information sent to us.”