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An Oklahoma State football player was stabbed, robbed and abducted Monday, the Stillwater Police have confirmed.
Cameron Hunter, a walk-on wide receiver for the Cowboys, has been identified as the victim, his high school coach confirmed to ESPN.com.
John Walsh, who coached Hunter at Denton Guyer (Texas), told ESPN.com in a text message that Hunter is "already home" and is "doing fine" following the incident.
Stillwater Police did not release the identity of the victim earlier Tuesday. Stillwater Police Capt. Randy Dickerson said there is a suspect, but no arrest has been made.
Dickerson said the victim was stabbed, pulled into a hunter green pickup truck and robbed around 5:30 p.m. Monday. Dickerson said the victim was later dumped at another location in Stillwater with a puncture wound to his abdomen and laceration to his right arm. He was taken to the hospital, was treated and released.
ESPN.com's Max Olson contributed to this report.