State police said they have identified two men they were seeking after a stabbing incident that occurred during an apparent road rage incident in Lancaster County.
The men, both from Texas, were interviewed Thursday, but no criminal charges have been filed at this time, police said in a news release.
Their names were not released.
Both were identified after police found their vehicle parked at an East Lampeter Township hotel last night.
Police said there is no threat to the community. They said the investigation is continuing and a determination on charges will be made later.
Troopers had been looking for the men in connection with an incident Wednesday afternoon in Paradise Township.
A 44-year-old Paradise man who was stabbed in the neck and side near Route 741 and Paradise Lane told troopers he was in an altercation with two men who had cut him off while driving in Gap.
He was treated at Lancaster General Hospital.