PETALUMA (CBS SF) — Two men were stabbed and four suspects remained at large early Saturday after a violent altercation on Petaluma’s Kentucky Street, authorities said.

Petaluma police said officers were dispatched to reports from a local hospital of victims being treated for stab wounds around 4:09 a.m.

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Arriving officers interviewed the victims and were told they had been stabbed on Kentucky Street sometime after the bars had closed.

While waiting for a ride, the victims said, a group of four males approached them. As the suspects passed by, they attacked the two men.

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Police said the two victims fled and shortly thereafter realized they had been stabbed. Both victims received treatment at local hospitals for non-life threatening injuries

The suspects were only described as four males, with one wearing a beanie. It is believed this assault took place between 2:00 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. on the 100 block of Kentucky Street.

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Anyone with information relevant to this investigation is encouraged to contact Officer N. Acton at 707-778-4372 or nacton@cityofpetaluma.org