Man robs and stabs another man over a red bicycle in Lancaster

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LANCASTER, Pa- Police in Lancaster arrest a man after he robbed and stabbed a man while they were riding on their bicycles.

It happened along the 300 block of S. Queen Street just before 4:00 p.m. on April 27th.

Police say of Dominic Ingle, 21, approached the victim and told him “you stole my bike, give it up now or I’ll stab you.”

Ingle was riding a blue bicycle and the victim was riding a red bicycle.

Ingle then pulled out a red, 3-4″ blade pocket knife, and grabbed the victims bike.

A small struggle ensued before Ingle lunged at the victim hitting him with the knife in the back area. The knife did not puncture the skin.

The victim then swung at Ingle before Ingle lunged at him, stabbing him in the lower stomach.

The victim sustained a 1″ puncture wound to his right lower abdomen area as well as lacerations to his left wrist.

Ingle immediately fled the area going North on Queen St. on the red bicycle.

Upon police investigation, Ingle was named as the suspect. He was arrested on May 4 and charged with  Robbery and Aggravated Assault.

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