A suspect remained at large on Monday after allegedly stabbing two people inside a North Philadelphia store on Sunday evening.

Police said two men started fighting around 6:45 p.m. inside a store on the 200 block of West Tioga Street, 6ABC reported. One of the men used a knife to stab the other, and a third person in the store was stabbed when he tried to break up the fight.

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One of the victims was wounded multiple times on his body, police said to Philly.com, which added that both stabbing victims were taken to Temple University Hospital in stable condition.

The assailant fled, and police have not made any arrests in connection to the stabbings, Philly.com added.

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Police have not indicated any motive in the incident, according to Philly.com.