Police have released a computer generated image of a man they believe can assist with their investigation into a stabbing in Bowral earlier in the year.
About 1am on Sunday, July 13, a 20-year-old man was robbed of his wallet while walking along Kangaloon Road, Bowral.
During the incident the man was threatened with a knife and stabbed in the leg.
He was taken to Bowral Hospital and later transferred to Liverpool Hospital where he underwent emergency surgery.
Bowral detectives are continuing their investigations and wish to speak to a man who was seen in the area during the early hours of July 13.
He is described as being of Caucasian appearance with a fair complexion, 20 to 30 years old, 185 centimetres tall with a thin build and short brown shaved hair. Investigators believe the man might have also had a tattoo on his neck.
Goulburn Local Area Command Crime Manager, Detective Inspector Matthew Woods appealed for anyone with information about the robbery to contact police.
“Medical staff have told us this young man was very lucky to survive the stabbing and we have not given up hope on finding his attacker.
“Detectives have conducted extensive inquiries into this violent and unprovoked incident but we need the community’s help to make the breakthrough in the case.
“Someone may have seen the man depicted in the image in Bowral that Sunday morning or recognise his face,” said Detective Inspector Woods.