Brookline Police seek one, or maybe two, suspects traveling in a white Ford Focus after three men were stabbed and shot in the Boston suburb Wednesday.
All three victims — described as men in their 20s — are in "stable" condition at area hospitals, Brookline Police Chief Daniel O'Leary told reporters. He said the victims were known to police in several communities, but would not elaborate.
Two of the injured were found outside near 75 Harvard Street, he said. A third was found inside an apartment at 198 Saint Paul Street, he said.
At least two were both shot and stabbed, and one was at least stabbed, he said.
"It is very rare that this happens, but by the same token we're ready for things like this," O'Leary said at the press conference.
The vehicle was described as a rental with a New York license plate. Witnesses and cameras at nearby intersections helped police identify the car, O'Leary said.
Brookline police tweeted images of the vehicle Wednesday afternoon.