Update: 2 teens suspected in a stabbing have turned themselves in

The stabbing happened in Hinckley on Wednesday.
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The two teenagers authorities were searching for after a man was nearly stabbed to death have been located.

The Pine County Sheriff's Office said in a Facebook update Sunday afternoon the 17-year-old girls turned themselves in. The office didn't offer any more details.

Authorities had said both girls fled the scene after a man was stabbed in Hinckley Wednesday. The man suffered life-threatening injuries; neither the sheriff's office nor the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension have given details beyond that.

The original story from Friday, April 28 is below. Note: GoMN has removed the photos of the teenagers since the public isn't being asked to look for them anymore.

Officials are looking for two teenagers who they say fled after stabbing a man in Hinckley on Wednesday.

The Pine County Sheriff's Office is looking for Aseil Cynthia-Salema Abuhamed and Tayah Valorios Thomas (pictured above), who are both 17 years old.

Officials say they were involved in an attempted homicide, noting they stabbed a man who suffered life-threatening injuries, an alert from the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension (BCA) says.

Investigators don't know where the girls are headed or what type of transportation they're using.

Anyone with information about where they are is asked to contact the sheriff's office at 320-629-8380 or call 911.

GoMN reached out to the Pine County Sheriff's Office for more information, but it said the only information it's releasing at this time is what was included in the BCA's crime alert.

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