LAPD Shoots Carjacking Suspect After Pursuit Ends; Female Kidnapping Victim Stabbed Multiple Times

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Los Angeles police chased a kidnapping and carjacking suspect Tuesday night beginning in South Los Angeles, in an incident that ended in an officer-involved shooting and a victim being stabbed multiple times.

LAPD pursued a kidnapping suspect on March 7, 2017 which ended in a shooting and a victim with multiple stab wounds. (Credit: KTLA)

The carjacking was reported about 9:40 p.m. in the 100 block of East 102nd Street, according to LAPD Officer Mike Lopez.

The pursuit came to an end about 10 p.m near Rosecrans Avenue and Broadway in the unincorporated area between Compton and Gardena, police said.

Once the truck stopped, the female kidnapping victim got out and was seen to be suffering from multiple stab wounds, police told KTLA.

At least one officer fired at the suspect, striking him several times in the abdomen, police told KTLA.

The victim was treated by emergency responders and transported to a hospital by the Los Angeles Fire Department.

No details were released about the suspect's condition.

KTLA's Nidia Becerra contributed to this story.

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