Police are investigating a stabbing outside Madame Tussauds wax museum early Sunday that sent two men to the hospital.
The victims, a pair of 25-year-old men, were knifed outside the popular Times Square tourist attraction around 2:30 a.m., the New York Daily News reported.
Two suspects, a man and a woman both believed to be in their 20s, fled the scene. The male suspect was last seen wearing jeans and a dark shirt; the woman was last seen in a beige jacket, according to news media reports,
One victim was slashed in the back; the other suffered wounds to his neck and shoulders. They were both transported to Bellevue Hospital in serious condition, but are expected to be OK, ABC7 reported.
Investigators believe the suspects and victims knew each other, the ABC affiliate reported. Police said they will look at video from surveillance cameras in the area.