Police seek man suspected of stabbing 4

Four young men suffered stab wounds in a fight at the University of Windsor pub early Friday morning and police are looking for the suspect.
Police suspect Emad Adel Ben-Abdellah stabbed four people at the University of Windsor. (Windsor Police)

Windsor Police are looking for the man they say is responsible for stabbing four people in two separate altercations at the University or Windsor early Friday morning.

At 2:15 a.m., Windsor Police found a 23-year-old suffering from a serious stab wound to the thigh. He was taken to the hospital. He remains in hospital in stable condition.

While at the hospital, officers learned two other victims had been admitted with stab wounds, to the elbow and back.

Those men were 18 and 19 years old. Windsor Police Sgt. Brett Corey said they were injured just outside the campus pub at closing time.

Police say all three men are strangers to each other and had been drinking at the pub.

Windsor Police are looking for another victim who was cut in the parking lot near the pub and encourage him to come forward.

Police have identified a suspect, who remains at large. Police are looking for 21-year-old Emad Adel Ben-Abdellah of Windsor.

He's described as a man in his 20s, with an olive complexion. He has long dark curly hair, past his shoulders, and a black moustache.

He was wearing a New York Yankees hat and an oversized winter coat with fur on the hood.