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LACC Student Stabbed, Robbed On The Way To Class

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Authorities are searching for two suspects who, "stabbed a Los Angeles City College student and stole his laptop computer as he walked to class," reports KTLA.

Sheriff's officials said the 21-year-old, LACC student was approached by two men on Monday evening around 7:30 p.m. The victim was injured while shielding himself from one of the suspects who lunged with a knife.

The two men escaped on foot stealing his backpack and laptop. Were they jaywalkers?! The student received treatment at Presbyterian Medical Center and stitches in his left hand. Sheriff's Sgt. Harry Van is asking anyone with information to call (323) 371-0689.