An Oklahoma State football player was allegedly stabbed and abducted Monday afternoon in Stillwater, Okla., and subsequently treated and released from Stillwater Medical Center.
NewsOK.com and Oklahoma City's KOCO identified the player as Cameron Hunter, a walk-on transfer with the program. Stillwater Police said that Hunter was treated for stab wounds to his right forearm and abdomen.
Police said the victim reported a white male pulled him into a hunter green pickup after stabbing him sometime between 4:30 and 9 p.m. Monday on the 1100 block of South Ridge. The victim reported he was dumped at a location in southwest Stillwater.
The victim was seen walking near the 1300 block of South Walnut when a witness saw him bleeding and called police. The victim was reportedly heading to a friend's house.
Oklahoma State didn't comment on the matter, citing the ongoing investigation. No arrests have been made in connection with the case.
Hunter is 5-6, 180 pounds and transferred to Oklahoma State from Air Force. He will be a junior in 2014.
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