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    Two teenage boys have been accused of leaving a cleaner for dead outside a medical centre after allegedly trying to steal his car.<br>The 43-year-old cleaner was sitting in his parked car outside Logan Central Medical Centre, south of , just before 1am on Thursday when he was approached by a 16-year-old boy allegedly armed with a knife.<br>Police allege the teenager demanded the cleaner’s wallet and watch before asking him to get out of the car and give him his keys. <br>The boy then allegedly stabbed the man multiple times in the stomach and his elbow before fleeing in a car. <br>The cleaner was rushed to Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane where he remains with non-life threatening injuries.<br> Two teenage boys, 15 and 16, have been charged after allegedly stabbing a cleaner outside of a medical centre in Logan, Queensland in an alleged carjacking<br>Queensland Police spotted the car a short time later travelling south on the Pacific Motorway, pulling over the vehicle and finding the alleged stabber and another teenage boy inside.<br>Police will allege in court the 16-year-old boy jumped in a car being driven by a 15-year-old boy with the pair arrested and charged. <br>The 16-year-old boy was charged with one count of armed robbery, wounding and Pragmatic unlawful use of a motor vehicle. <br>The 15-year-old boy was charged with one count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.<br>Both teens were denied bail and will face Beenleigh Children’s Court later this month.<br>Queensland Police said investigations were ongoing.<br> The 43-year-old man sustained non-life threatening injuries after being stabbed multiple times to the abdomen and elbow.

    The two teenagers were arrested, charged and refused bail with their matters to return to Beenleigh Children’s Court later this month<br>

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