TOPEKA, Kansas - Topeka police are looking for two men who attacked a Kansas Shrine Bowl player.
It happened Saturday shortly before 11 p.m. at the Phillips 66 at 810 SE 15th.
The victim, 18-year-old Brett Sterbach, says he was seated in a car when he was approached by two Hispanic men.
They asked Sterbach if he had a lighter.
Once Sterbach opened his car door the suspects demanded Sterbach's wallet.
When the suspects did not get the wallet, one of them stabbed Sterbach with a knife.
Sterbach was able to wrestle the knife away from the subject and defend himself with the knife.
Both suspects in the robbery where seen leaving in a Blue Dodge Ram.
If anyone recognizes these two suspects or has information leading to their arrest, you may call Crime Stoppers at 785-234-0007.
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