Edmonton police are looking for two men in the stabbing of a 21-year-old man while he was driving.
The man was stopped a red light at 119th Street and 40th Avenue at 2 a.m. Thursday near the community of Royal Gardens.
The suspects, who were walking, jumped into the man's vehicle and demanded cash and his ID, said police.
The suspects ordered the man to drive to 117th Street and 43rd Avenue where he was stabbed, before the suspects fled on foot.
The suspects are believed to be have been involved in an earlier incident that occurred at that address an hour earlier at the same address.
The driver was able to drive himself to the hospital, said police.
"The EPS is particularly concerned with this incident because it appears to be a random event," says Det. Rob Chan.
One suspect is described as aboriginal, mid 20s, over six feet tall with a large build and wearing a red jacket or hoodie.
The second is described as caucasian, mid 20's, about 5’8" with a thin to average build, wearing dark jacket or hoodie and dark plaid, pyjama-type pants.
Police said the suspects are dangerous and should not be approached.