A man was relieved of his leftover change after stopping in to a Tenderloin liquor store to make a purchase Tuesday night. As the 38-year-old victim left the shop at Turk and Jones around 11:40 p.m., still holding the shiny remnants of a broken dollar bill, three suspects approached him and demanded he hand over his money. Two of the suspects knocked him to the ground and stole his change, while the third reportedly cut the victim twice on the neck.

Thankfully, the thugs didn't hit any major arteries and the victim was treated for non-life threatening injuries at a nearby hospital. The three thugs, who made off with what we can only presume is less than a dollar each, have not been found as of this morning.

While we're at it, let's add these four other noteworthy stabbings to the Wave of Knife Crime 2012 record.