Binghamton police are trying to find a homicide suspect after a woman died of multiple stab wounds.
Authorities say officers were sent to an apartment at the Saratoga Terrace complex on the South Side around 1:45 a.m. Saturday.
Police found 27-year-old Takecia Mitchell had been stabbed several times. She was taken to a hospital where she later died as a result of her injuries.
The man who attacked Mitchell is not in custody. Detectives say the suspect and the woman were known to each other. They say the stabbing was not a random attack.
Although investigators know the identity of the suspect, his name has not been made public.
People with information about the fatal stabbing may contact the Binghamton police detective division at (607) 772-7080.
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