Lincoln Police are looking for two men they believe robbed a Lincoln man at knife-point.
Captain Chris Peterson said two mean jumped out at the victim, who was was walking near 14th and South Streets around 9pm Sunday.
Peterson said the two men demanded money from the victim. When the victim refused, Peterson said the suspects threatened the victim with a knife.
Peterson said the victim gave the men $20 and then was punched in the face by one of the suspects.
The suspects are described as two black men, in their 20's, 6 feet tall.
One had the word "Paris" tattooed on his inner right arm, the other had a teardrop tattoo under his right eye and a sleeve tattoo on his left arm. The sleeve tattooed had a flower in it, possibly a rose.
One was wearing a red shirt while the other was wearing a Bob Marley shirt.
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