Teenaged boy stabbed twice in Mission district attack

A teenaged boy was stabbed twice in the arm in the Mission district early Tuesday morning, cops said.

The victim was walking near 24th and Mission streets around 1:30 a.m. when a man in his 20s ran up and stabbed the victim in the shoulder and bicep area, police said.

The knife-wielding goon then told the victim to run away before he fled himself, cops said.

The teenager was transported to the hospital for his wounds, which were not life threatening.

No arrest has been made.

rnagle@sfexaminer.com

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