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Shaler Police seeking man in early morning attack

| Friday, May 19, 2017, 1:48 p.m.
David Interthal

The Shaler Township Police Department is seeking a man accused of a stabbing and other crimes from an incident Friday morning.

An arrest warrant has been issued for David Interthal, 33, no address available.

He's charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, terroristic threats, and harassment. Police said Interthal allegedly stabbed one of the victims, physically injured another and threatened a juvenile with a knife.

No other details were immediately available.

He was last seen fleeing shortly after 4 a.m. Badali Street in the Sharps Hill area of Shaler in a charcoal-colored 2011 Jeep with the license plate number JXR4267. Interthal should be considered armed and dangerous, police said.

Anyone with information should call 911.

The Shaler Township Police Department currently has an active arrest warrant for David Interthal, 33. Interthal is charged with aggravated assault, simple assault, recklessly endangering another person, terroristic threats, and harassment. Interthal allegedly stabbed one of the victims and physically injured another. He also threatened a juvenile with a knife.

He was last seen fleeing Badali Street (Sharps Hill area of Shaler Township) in a charcoal colored 2011 Jeep PA registration JXR4267. Interthal should be considered armed and dangerous.

If anyone knows the whereabouts of David Interthal, contact the Shaler Township Police Department by calling 911.

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