A bus driver was stabbed in the arm when he refused two men entry in Melbourne’s northern suburbs.
The driver, a 30-year-old man, has undergone surgery after being stabbed several times in the arm in Pascoe Vale Road, Meadow Heights, about 9pm on Saturday.
Police said the driver had refused two young men entry onto the bus because they did not have tickets when one of them stabbed the driver with an unknown instrument.
The two men were then almost hit by a car as they fled across two lanes of traffic, police said.
The incident happened at a bus stop about 50 metres away from the intersection of Dunkeld Street.
Police today released CCTV vision of the men.
The first man was described as aged in his early 20s, of southern European appearance, 180 centimetres, with a slim build and goatee beard. He wore an Elwood-brand baseball cap, tartan-patterned jacket with a light-coloured hood, dark pants and dark shoes.
The second man is believed to be aged about 18, of Caucasian appearance, 175 centimetres, with a slim build. He was clean shaven and wore a baseball cap, dark gloves, dark puffy jacket and dark pants with a white stripe down the middle of the leg.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or visit www.crimestoppers苏州美甲培训学校.au.
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