Police are investigating an incident which left two men with stab wounds on the state’s Far North Coast last night.
Around 11.30pm (Friday 21 December), the two men were talking to each other outside a community hall on Main Arm Road in Upper Main Arm.
The pair had just attended a Christmas gathering at the hall with around 200 others.
An unidentified man approached the pair and stabbed them both with a pair of scissors.
The offender then drove from the scene.
The two victims, aged 46 and 36, suffered wounds to their face and neck.
They were taken to Tweed Heads Hospital and remain in a stable condition.
Police from Tweed/Byron Local Area Command are investigating the incident and are in the process of the identifying the man involved.
Anyone who can assist the investigation is urged to contact Tweed Heads Police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.