WHEAT RIDGE - Wheat Ridge police are looking for Marvin Wilson, 44, who they say stabbed a mother and her toddler son in Wheat Ridge Thursday morning.
The call came in at about 11:50 a.m. near 48th Avenue and Otis Street on the Greenbelt path. The mother was walking with her child when police say Wilson came out of the bushes, chased after them and attacked the two with a knife.
Wheat Ridge Police say they suffered mostly puncture wounds. The toddler was stabbed one time in the stomach. The mother was stabbed in the leg. The injuries are non-life threatening. The boy is in stable condition but will spend the night in ICU.
Police say the mother, who is in her early 20s, knows Wilson. However, detectives are investigating what the association is between the victim and the suspect.
Wilson is described as a white male, 6-feet tall and 145 lbs. He has brown hair and brown eyes. He has tattoos on his shoulders and neck. He was last seen heading east on the trail wearing blue shorts, a blue shirt and black boots.
The suspect has a lengthy criminal record and is a convicted sex offender, according to the Colorado Department of Public Safety.
At this time, police have not released any possible motive.
If anybody has any information on this stabbing we ask them to call the Wheat Ridge Police Department at 303-237-2220.
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