Stabbing Victims' Father Offers Reward To Track Down Suspect

POSTED: 12:09 AM Nov 27 2012   UPDATED: 12:31 AM Nov 27 2012
Stabbing Victims' Father Offers Reward To Track Down Suspect
REDDING, Calif. -

The father of two stabbing victims is offering a $1000 dollar reward to track down the suspect.

Larry Andrews put flyers up Monday in and around the Downtown parking garage where his sons Brandon, 24 and Blain, 26 were stabbed overnight Saturday.

Redding Police say the brothers walked to Shasta Regional Medical Center sometime around 1:00 a.m. Saturday after a huge fight broke out in the parking garage's south end. The fight involved bar patrons from multiple establishments, according to Redding Police.

Andrews said Brandon, who's a marine, was stabbed in the leg and Blain sustained a laceration to his liver after being stabbed in the stomach. Blain is recovering from surgery in the hospital.

Larry Andrews is hoping a reward will help someone come forward with information, telling KRCR News Channel 7, "They might be afraid to talk to police and give them information...maybe they'd be more comfortable talking to me."

Redding Police identified the suspect as a Black male in his 20s. He's 6'1 and was wearing a green shirt.