SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO -- A 29-year-old man was stabbed outside his home Sunday when two suspects shouted gang slogans and then attacked him, police said.
The victim was talking to his wife outside on the 100 block of Randolph Avenue around 6 a.m. when the suspects approached, South San Francisco police said. After the attackers yelled "gang-type words" at the victim a fight broke out and the victim was stabbed several times.
He went to Kaiser Hospital for treatment, where workers called police to report the stabbing.
Police said the suspects were Hispanic men who were about 5 feet 10 inches and 5 feet tall, were light-skinned and had no facial hair. One wore a black hooded sweatshirt and dark pants. The other had a white T-shirt and dark pants.
Anyone with information can call South San Francisco police at 650-877-8900.
Contact Joshua Melvin at 650-348-4335. Follow him at Twitter.com/melvinreport.