Sacramento police on Wednesday released more camera images of the vehicle they believe was driven by those who attacked French train hero Spencer Stone.
As detectives continue to review surveillance footage from cameras in the midtown area where Stone was stabbed on Oct. 7, the department posted two more images on its Facebook page.
The released photos were captured on a Police Observation Device camera in midtown. The still images were captured prior to the assault at 11:53 p.m. at the intersection of 21st and K streets.
The cameras, which can alert officers to crimes while they are occurring, were introduced in Sacramento in September. The devices display the police shield logo and have flashing blue lights.
Stone, who was out on the town when the incident occurred, was rushed to UC Davis Medical Center. He was stabbed three times.
The medical center reported Wednesday that Stone remained in fair condition.
No arrests have been made and police said that the description of the assailants remains the same: two Asian men wearing white shirts and blue jeans. The two men are believed to have fled eastbound on K Street in the dark-colored 2009 to 2012 Toyota Camry pictured in the photos released Wednesday.
Two months ago, Stone, 23, and Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler, boyhood friends from Sacramento, thwarted a terrorist attack when they tackled and subdued an armed man on a Paris-bound train.
The would-be terrorist was armed with an AK-47, a Luger pistol and a box cutter. Stone suffered cuts to the neck and a deep wound on a thumb in that incident. The three were lauded in France and in Washington, D.C.