CORROSION OF CONFORMITY: Description Of Concert Stabbing Suspect Released

Tampa police have issued a description of the suspect wanted in connection with the stabbings at the CORROSION OF CONFORMITY concert in Ybor City (Tampa), Florida Thursday night (June 23). The police are looking for a concert-goer fitting the following description: white male, 28-30 years old, 5'6"-5'8", approximately 150 pounds, muscular build, pale complexion, bald, long stringy reddish-brown goatee, tattoos. Was wearing a white tank top last night. If you have any information, please contact the Tampa Police Department at 813-276-3200.

Florida's WFLA-TV News Channel 8 is reporting that four people were stabbed at CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's show at the Masquerade club in Ybor City last night, one of them fatally. At the time of the report, they did not have any information on the status of the other three victims.

(Thanks: Libby Riley / Metal Masters)

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