Police have released images of a man who they want to trace after a Birmingham taxi driver was robbed at knifepoint and stabbed in the arm.
The 59-year-old taxi driver was attacked in Camborne Close, Aston around 7pm on Thursday 1 May.
He had picked up the male customer in Crown Avenue, Perry Barr and was directed to Winson Green and Newtown, before being asked to be dropped in Camborne Close.
Once there, the man demanded money and threatened the driver with a knife. The taxi driver handed over a small amount of cash, resulting in the man stabbing him in his upper arm. The man, described as black, 6ft tall and stocky build, then stole Â£50 before getting out the car and running off.
DC Jonathan Gill from CID at Birmingham West, said, “This was nasty attack on the driver by a customer he had picked up in Perry Barr. The fare then asked him to drive to numerous locations before stabbing and robbing him. I would like to appeal for anyone who may recognise the offender or have information about him to contact police on 101.”