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Saturday, 13 December 2008

Three men are wanted in connection with making a gang-related statement and then hitting a stabbing another man


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Three men are wanted in connection with making a gang-related statement and then hitting a stabbing another man in the shoulder, Santa Cruz police said.The 22-year-old victim told police that he was walking on the corner of Bay and California streets at about 11:15 p.m. when the three men came up to him, said something gang-related, and started hitting him and removing items from his backpack, including a wallet and MP3 player, police said.The victim also suffered a stab wound to the shoulder during the attack. The three men were last seen running into Neary Lagoon.
A K-9 followed the track of the three men through Neary Lagoon onto Chestnut Street before losing the scent, police said.


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