A young man was stabbed in the stomach Friday night during an altercation between two groups at Seaport Village in downtown San Diego, according to police.
The victim’s injuries were serious but not expected to be life-threatening, Port of San Diego Harbor Police Sgt. T.D. De La Peña said in a news release.
It happened about 7:40 Friday night at the tourist destination on the San Diego Bay off Harbor Drive and Pacific Highway, De La Peña said. The victim, thought to be in his late teens or early 20s, told officers that two groups of people had been in an argument that escalated to a physical confrontation.
During the fight, the victim was stabbed in the stomach, and the person or people responsible for the stabbing fled, De La Peña said. As of late Friday, there were no suspects in custody and Harbor police were investigating the incident.
Anyone with information about the fight and stabbing was urged to call the Port of San Diego Harbor Police Department at (619) 686-6272.