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Daylight robbery

One man stabbed, two hospitalized after attack
Following an attack at Quick Pick Grocery this week, two men were taken to Ennis Regional Medical Center for injuries they received in the aggravated robbery.
Ennis police report the incident taking place at 10:09 a.m. Monday morning as they dispatched Officer Donald Kemp to the scene. According to Det. Sgt. Mike Hopson, the two victims parked on the north side of the store and were on their way back to their car after finding the business to be closed when a white car pulled up blocking the men’s path.
The men told police three black males got out of the vehicle and began speaking with them, which led to a scuffle between the two groups. The driver said he was struck in the face and hit in the eye by something chrome colored and his wallet was taken while he was on the ground. The passenger reported being approached by two of the men and being grabbed from behind. The man said he was stabbed in his upper abdomen and his wallet was also taken.
Kemp reported the two men drove themselves home where one of their wives transported them to the hospital.
Det. Sgt. John Erisman said the two men were released from hospital care on Tuesday.
Hopson reported the robbers got away with more than $800 from the men. No suspects have yet been identified.
Sgt. Erisman said if anyone saw anything or knows anything related to this case, they are encouraged to contact him at 875-4462.

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