PORTLAND — Police investigating an early-morning stabbing in Portland say the victim is not cooperating.

Police say the man walked into a Forest Avenue convenience store at about 2 a.m. Wednesday and asked a clerk to call an ambulance.

Authorities say the victim was taken to Maine Medical Center with ten stab wounds to his back. His injuries are not considered life-threatening.

The victim’s name was not immediately made public and there was no word on arrests.

Police say he will not tell them what happened.

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