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UPDATE: Police Still Seeking Suspect in June 30 Fatal Stabbing at Hyattsville's University Town Center

Police are on the scene.

UPDATE: Police Still Seeking Suspect in June 30 Fatal Stabbing at Hyattsville's University Town Center UPDATE: Police Still Seeking Suspect in June 30 Fatal Stabbing at Hyattsville's University Town Center UPDATE: Police Still Seeking Suspect in June 30 Fatal Stabbing at Hyattsville's University Town Center UPDATE: Police Still Seeking Suspect in June 30 Fatal Stabbing at Hyattsville's University Town Center

Update, July 1, 9:50 a.m.: Prince George's County Police have no new information on last night's murder at University Town Center, according to Cpl. E. Johnson.

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Update, July 1, 12:23 a.m.: Sgt. Chris Purvis of the Hyattsville Police Department said police do not yet have a suspect in last night's stabbing.

Hyattsville police are still on the scene with forensics teams combing the area for evidence.

This is the city's first homicide of the year, Purvis said.

Prince George's County Police will handle the investigation into the murder as Hyattsville police do not have a homicide team.

Original Post, June 30, 11:19 p.m.: One person is dead from stab wounds at the University Town Center in Hyattsville, and two others have also been stabbed, Fox 5 is reporting.

Witnesses at the scene said that several groups of teens and young people were in the area. According to Fox 5, several witnesses said that a fight broke out between two groups in the area, involving about 25 to 30 people.

Police arrived on the scene shortly after the incident.

Patch is now at the scene and reports that police from the Hyattsville and Prince George's County police departments are on scene.

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