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Police seek suspect in stabbing of Old Town bouncers

WICHITA — Police are still looking for a man suspected of stabbing two bouncers during a disturbance in Old Town.

The incident occurred about 12:35 a.m. Saturday outside Club Indigo at 126 N. Mosley, police have said. Two Club Indigo bouncers became embroiled in a fight with about 10 Asian men whom they had ejected from the club.

A bouncer from the nearby Heroes sports bar saw the disturbance and tried to come to the other bouncers' aid, Lt. Mike Hennessy said today. He crossed the street and was stabbed in the chest and stomach.

A second bouncer was stabbed in the shoulder. A third bouncer was injured after being hit in the head and face, Hennessy said.

The 23-year-old Heroes bouncer was transported to Via Christi Regional Medical Center-St. Francis Campus for treatment.

The two other bouncers went to Wesley Medical Center in private vehicles for treatment.

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