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LEAP Alert Issued for Man Who Called Police Saying He'd Been Stabbed Overnight

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 PORT TOWNSEND, WA - A LEAP Alert has been issued out of Port Townsend, Washington for a 56-year-old man. Officers say Max Kenneth Wood called police Tuesday afternoon reporting he had been stabbed at a motel overnight. The line was disconnected before dispatchers could get more information.

Officers went to the hotel where the phone call had been made and found signs of a possible crime scene, but Wood was not there. Wood's vehicle, a white 2014 Ford F-150 with license plate number C35403B was also not there. Vehicle is known to have bible scripture in decals affixed to it.  

Wood's cell phone GPS indicated it was in the area of Bonney Lake or Buckley but police have not yet been able to find the man.

Wood is described as 6 feet tall, 160 pounds with gray/shaved hair and green eyes. Police believe he may be in the company of an unknown suspect. If you have any information about where he is, you should call Port Townsend Police immediately at (360) 385-3831.
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