LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- The Jeep Cherokee belonging to a Spinelli's pizza delivery driver who was stabbed in the back Sunday afternoon has been located.


According to Louisville Metro Police spokeswoman Alicia Smiley, Josh Lewis' stolen jeep was found by Lawrence Police Department in Indiana this morning.

Lewis, 19, is a pizza deliveryman for Spinelli's Pizzeria. On Sunday, he was delivering pizza to the emergency room at downtown Louisville's Norton Hospital when police say a man confronted him outside his car and demanded his keys.

Police say Lewis dropped the keys and ran, but the suspect stabbed him in the back before taking his keys and driving away in his Jeep Cherokee with the pizza inside.

Lewis, a student at Boyce College, has since been released from the hospital. In an interview with Southern Seminary News, he said he forgives his attacker.

"I'm not really holding a grudge against him," he said, according to a news release from Southern Baptist Seminary. "If he was in the same room as me right now, I would tell him what he did isn't okay, but I would tell him that I forgive him and try to share the gospel with him and show him Christ."

Lewis, who has received national attention, says there is one rumor he has since been trying to stamp out.

He says he did not deliver the pizza after he was stabbed.

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