Two men stabbed in Blackwall

Two men have been stabbed after an aggravated armed robbery at Blackwall on Sunday, June 20.

Three unknown men broke into a residence in Dunmore Street at approximately 1:50am on the Sunday morning, armed with knives and demanded money and goods.

One of the men stabbed the 22-year-old victim several times causing wounds to his hand and back.

A second 31-year-old male victim came to his assistance and was stabbed in the shoulder before the men fled the scene.

The persons of interest (POI) stole cash and good including two pairs of Nike shoes.

The victims were then treated at Gosford Hospital for their injuries and remain in a stable condition.

The POI’s are described as being Caucasian, late teens to early 20’s, slight builds, all wearing dark coloured hooded jackets, with 2 POI’s at 165-170 cm tall, and the other POI at 180 cm tall.

Officers from Brisbane Water are investigating with images of the stolen shoes, described as being Nike Tailwind joggers with unique colour patterns.

Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or on their website.

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Brisbane Water Police District, E 83687588