Redlands Police Believe Stabbing Suspect Relocated to San Bernardino

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The Redlands Police Department suspected Jeffrey Thomas Moore relocated to San Bernardino after allegedly stabbing a man in the neck on May 25, 2014. (Credit: City of Redlands)

Police continued the search Saturday for a man believed to be in the San Bernardino area after stabbing another man in the neck, according to the City of Redlands.

Jeffrey Thomas Moore, 27, was suspected of stabbing a 29-year-old Redlands man in the neck with an unknown object in the 900 block of College Avenue (map) on May 25.

Moore was last seen in the area of 21st Street and Waterman Avenue in San Bernardino (map) on Wednesday around 8:45 a.m.

Moore was driving a 2010 Nissan Altima with the license plate 6KWR707.

He was described as a white man, about 5 feet 6 inches tall, weighing 160 pounds, with buzz-cut blonde hair and hazel eyes.

Moore has multiple tattoos, including a swastika and iron cross on his back,  the numbers “14” and “88” on the front of his shoulders with “stylized” writing on his chest between the numbers, the words “Sadie Ann” on his neck and tattoos covering his right leg below the knee, according to a Redlands news release.

There is a $1 million warrant for his arrest and he was considered armed and dangerous.

Anyone with additional information on Moore’s whereabouts was asked to contact Detective Eddie Herrera at 909-647-7970, or Redlands Police Dispatch at 909-798-7681.

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