Surrey taxi stabbing suspect's picture released by RCMP

New images of a man who allegedly stabbed and robbed a taxi driver last month, have been released by Surrey RCMP, who are looking for the public's help identifying him.

Driver was attacked with a knife and robbed early in the morning on June 21, say police

Police released video stills of the man they allege stabbed a Surrey taxi driver in June, and public tips helped lead to Farrar's arrest. (Surrey RCMP)

New images of a man who allegedly stabbed and robbed a taxi driver last month have been released by Surrey RCMP, who are looking for the public's help identifying him.

The alleged attack happened early in the morning on June 21 after a Surrey Metro Taxi driver picked up a lone man near 108th Avenue and 144th Street.

When they got to their destination on the 13300 block of 105A Avenue, the passenger allegedly produced a knife and stabbed the driver's arm and hand before taking off with his wallet, cash and cell phone.

A Surrey Metro taxi driver stands outside his cab in a bloody shirt after he was allegedly stabbed by a passenger early on June 21. (Rafferty Baker/CBC)

The suspect was last seen running away down 105A Avenue. Police tried to track him with dogs, but didn't find him.

Investigators are hoping the release of images will help identify the suspect, who is described as a slender, dark complexioned male, wearing black pants and a black hoodie with the hood up.

The driver, a Surrey man in his 50s, recovered from his injuries.

Surrey RCMP are asking anyone with information to call them at 604-599-0502 or contact Crime Stoppers anonymously.

MAP: 13300 block of 105A Ave. in Surrey

A second still image from surveillance video of the suspect, who police say stabbed a Surrey taxi driver on June 21. (Surrey RCMP)