CITRUS HEIGHTS (CBS13) – Three people have been stabbed in Citrus Heights.

On Sunday morning around 4:30 a.m., Citrus Heights police were called out to the 6100 block of Auburn Boulevard on reports of a stabbing. At the scene, officers found two teens — ages 16 and 17 — and one adult all with multiple stab wounds. All three are being treated at the hospital for their injuries, according to a statement from the Citrus Heights Police Department.

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Through their investigation, police determined that the stabbing happened after an argument between two groups.

Police say the suspect is at large. He’s described as a white or Hispanic male, about 6 feet tall, skinny, with short hair, and facial hair. He may have been accompanied by a white female who was wearing glasses.

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A section of eastbound Greenback Boulevard and Greenback Lane was temporarily closed as police investigated the incident.

Another stabbing incident in Sacramento County happened just days ago.

On Thursday, a man was arrested after a stabbing in the Arden-Arcade neighborhood. In that incident, 53-year-old Dan Richard O’Riordan had was stabbed at least once and was soon pronounced dead at the scene by medics, the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office says.

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Deputies arrested the suspect, 40-year-old Thomas Dwayne Grant, just blocks away from the home. Grant was booked into jail and is facing a charge of homicide.

Exactly what led up to that stabbing is unclear.