EAST STROUDSBURG, Pa. - State police are asking for the public's help in finding another suspect in the stabbing of an East Stroudsburg University student.
Francesco Reid Jr., 20, is the sixth suspect named in the incident. Five people have already been arrested in connection to the stabbing, but Reid, known as "Flex" remains at large.
The incident occurred Jan. 31 when Shaquwan Davis-Boone, 19, was walking home from the gym. He told investigators several people came up to him and they got into a physical altercation. He suffered two stab wounds and was transported to the hospital.
Quincy Kiyelle Rhoden, Jamari Elijah Dortch, Shavelle Leroy Mills, Dyshawn Tyrone Mack, and Tyrone Richard Wilkins are already facing aggravated assault and criminal conspiracy charges.
Police said Reid is known to frequent the East Stroudsburg University and Keystone College campuses.
Anyone with information should contact police at 570-839-7701 or PA Crime Stoppers at 1-800-4PA-TIPS.
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