Woman who stabbed while naked in McKees Rocks believed to be in New Kensington area
Police believe a woman involved in a stabbing in McKees Rocks may be in the New Kensington area, according to WPXI-TV.
Police have identified the woman as La Keysh Collins, 41, of Pittsburgh.
The woman was naked when she ran into the street and stabbed or slashed three people involved in fight in the middle of a street on Monday afternoon, police said.
The fight was apparently provoked by a love triangle involving women from two buildings, according to Allegheny County Housing Authority Police Chief Mike Vogel.
No one admitted knowing who the naked woman is or why she became involved, Vogel said.
Police reviewed surveillance video a released a grainy photo of the suspect.
Anyone with information regarding Collins is asked to call 911 or the Allegheny County Housing Authority at 412-355-8940.
More Valley News Dispatch
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