Woman Runs, Leaves Child Behind During Attack

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Updated: 5/08/2012 6:14 pm
Shocking video is released, as a woman walking into a store in Massachusetts with her four year old daughter is attacked by a man with a knife.

The woman actually runs away from the attacker, and leaves her daughter next to him.

To view the video, click on this link: http://www.wggb.com/2012/05/06/woman-is-stabbed-on-a-springfield-street-and-its-caught-on-camera/

Springfield Police say that the man demanded the woman’s purse but she ran away, but then the man grabbed the girl.

The girl also managed to get away so he went after the woman again.

As the woman tried to get in the store, he slammed the door on her and that was when stabbed her in the collar bone area, according to police.

The man took off but people on the street and in the store chased after the man. However, the suspect got away. 

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