PORTLAND, Maine — Police investigating an early-morning stabbing in Portland said the victim is not cooperating.
Police said the man walked into a Forest Avenue convenience store at about 2 a.m. Wednesday and asked a clerk to call an ambulance.
Authorities said the victim was taken to Maine Medical Center with 10 stab wounds to his back. His injuries are not considered life threatening.
The victim’s name was not immediately made public and there was no word on arrests.
Police said he will not tell them what happened.