Las Vegas Metro police addressed a series of stabbings that happened early Thursday morning that appear to be linked.
A police news conference was held in the afternoon to discuss details of those incidents.
Authorities said two, possibly three suspects, may be responsible for injuring a total of four people in three separate attempted robberies that took place within 15 minutes.
All of the attacks happened within a few miles of each other. Two happened on the east side of Las Vegas while a third took place in Henderson, police said.
The first incident happened at 12:40 a.m. at a home on Terra Linda Avenue, near Tropicana Avenue and Mountain Vista Street.
The first victim, Andrew Nelson, was just getting home from work.
"I work late at night. I got home, pulled my car into my driveway, and once I turned my car off and went to open the door, two guys jumped me," said Nelson.
He said they were yelling and threatening to kill him. Nelson recalled them yelling, "We're gonna kill you, we're gonna kill you. Give us everything you got. Give us your wallet, give us your car, give us money. We're gonna kill you, we're gonna kill you."
The victim, though, fought back. His hand was cut with a knife, severing the tendons in his fingers.
He was hit three times with a crowbar. He has numerous staples in his head where he was struck.
Police said the suspects found the second and third victims walking down Morris Street at 12:46 a.m.
The suspects approached the victims and attacked them.
A woman suffered lacerations on her upper back, and the man with her was hit with an unknown object in the head.
Both of them were taken to Sunrise Trauma with non-life-threatening injuries.
Police said the third stabbing happened in Henderson at Mountain Vista Street and Ramrod Avenue.
One man was stabbed at 12:55 a.m. His injuries are not known but he has been released from the hospital.
Police said nothing was taken from any of the victims.
Detectives are looking for two black men, believed to be driving in a lowered older model white Chevy pickup truck. A third suspect, possibly female, was also possibly involved.
If you have any information about these attacks, you are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.
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