Loveland police seeking suspect after stabbing early Saturday morning

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Breaking news information from the Coloradoan

The Loveland Police Department is seeking a suspect for attempted murder after a stabbing early Saturday morning.

Officers were called to the 300 block of Frederick Drive in Loveland around 5:30 a.m. where they found a 42-year-old male suffering from life-threatening knife wounds to his neck.

He was transported to Medical Center of the Rockies for surgery. No further update on his status is available at this time.

Several witnesses identified 33-year-old Nicholas Mango as the suspect, according to Loveland Police. Detectives are seeking to arrest Mango on charges of attempted second degree murder, first degree assault and possession of a weapon by a previous offender, according to a news release.

Loveland PD says the incident was not random and there’s no immediate threat to the public but also say Mango is considered dangerous.

Police ask anyone with information regarding the immediate whereabouts of Mango to call 911. Anyone with general information related to this incident is asked contact Detective Jennifer Pfoff at 970-962-2225

All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in court. Arrests and charges are merely accusations by law enforcement until, and unless, a suspect is convicted of a crime.