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July 24, 2013 at 1:29 PM

2 men stabbed last night in unprovoked attack in Snohomish

Snohomish police say two men suffered stab wounds last night when they were attacked by two strangers at a school campus.

The attack happened around 11:45 p.m. as the two victims and a third man were throwing a Frisbee at the former Freshman Campus for Snohomish High School, in the 600 block of Glen Avenue. A man and woman, both about 20, approached the men and asked if they had seen their lost dog, police said.

Without warning, the man and woman attacked the group, stabbing two of the men, ages 23 and 22. Police said their wounds were not life-threatening and they were treated at local hospitals. The third member of the group was not hurt.

Poliec searched for the attackers but didn’t locate any suspects.

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