Police investigations into the stabbing of a 44-year-old Ashmont man after midnight on Friday are continuing.
This morning, a NSW Police spokesperson said investigators were still searching for a 46-year-old male alleged to have committed the attack.
“Inquiries continue at this time with the 44-year-old undergoing surgery,” the spokesperson said.
A Murrumbidgee Local Health District spokesperson said the victim was in stable condition at Wagga Base Hospital.
On Friday at a media conference, Wagga Police Inspector Darren Cloake said a number of searches were made around the immediate area on Marshall Street and police spoke to surrounding residences.
“A number of people have been spoken to and they have provided us with some information,” Inspector Cloake said.
Wagga Police continue to seek the 46-year-old male.
He is described as standing 175cm to 180cm tall with a thin build and of Caucasian appearance.
He has a fair complexion, brown cropped hair and blue-green eyes, with a small tattoo underneath his left eye.
Inspector Cloake said the tattoo was in the shape of a teardrop.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Wagga Police Station on 6922 2599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.