UPDATE: Police arrest suspect in stabbing, shelter in place order lifted
(UPDATE) July 19 2:08 p.m. - The suspect has been arrested. A photo from a 2News crew at the scene showed the suspect being evaluated by paramedics.
(UPDATE) July 19 1:16 p.m. - The shelter in place order has been lifted in Pleasant Grove, according to Pleasant Grove Police Department.
(KUTV) -- Lindon Police Officers responded to a 911 call at 622 North 200 East where they discovered a woman who had been stabbed multiple times.
She was taken to a local hospital and she is currently being treated.
Adrian Johnson, 41, is the alleged suspect in the stabbing. He fled the area when officers arrived.
After the stabbing, a female living in the vicinity went to her garage and found Johnson inside her vehicle, according to the Lindon Police Department.
Johnson attempted to take her car keys, but was not successful.
He fled the scene and has yet to be located.
Johnson is described as an African-American male with facial hair. He was last seen wearing batman pajama bottoms and no shirt.
If you see him, call 911.
Lindon police have also asked residents near the Pleasant Grove and Lindon border stay inside and lock their doors.