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Search on for suspects in Hempstead Co. home invasion, stabbing

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Deputies are looking for a red Ford Ranger pickup truck that is covered in dirt and has "Duck Head" stickers in the rear window and two males in the cab. Deputies are looking for a red Ford Ranger pickup truck that is covered in dirt and has "Duck Head" stickers in the rear window and two males in the cab.
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HEMPSTEAD CO., AR (KSLA) -

The search is on in Hempstead County, Arkansas for two men involved in a home invasion and stabbing.

Sheriff James Singleton says it all started shortly after 3 p.m. when Timothy Arnette called authorities to report that he had gotten stabbed during a fight with two men he found in his home at 1151 Highway 332 just north of Hope.

Singleton says the men broke into the residence through the back door. Arnette says the two men were trying to steal his television. Arnette fought the two men, one of them stabbed him, and the burglars drove away.

Arnette was taken to CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana for treatment of a knife wound to his upper shoulder.

Deputies are looking for a red Ford Ranger pickup truck that is covered in dirt and has "Duck Head" stickers in the rear window and two males in the cab. One has a beard.

No other information is available at this time anyone with information as to the sighting of the vehicle or suspects should call the Hempstead County Sheriff's Office at (870) 777-6727 or your local law enforcement agency.

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