Philadelphia cops are searching a knife-wielding man — identifiable by a lacking entrance tooth — who was captured on video stabbing an Uber driver within the chest final month throughout a terrifying assault the driving force survived “by the grace of God.”
The assault passed off round 5 a.m. on Feb. 15 within the Port Richmond neighborhood, the Philadelphia Police Division stated in a information launch.
The 55-year-old sufferer was sitting in a car, ready to select up a passenger when the unknown man walked as much as the automotive, reached in by way of the driving force’s facet window and stabbed him a number of occasions, officers stated.
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“By the grace of God it did not prove worse than it completely might have,” Philadelphia Police Captain Sekou Kinebrew instructed WPVI-TV. “You see the strike factors are proper within the very important areas of the sufferer’s physique — chest, neck head, proper in there.”
The sufferer was capable of run away from the car and speak to police because the attacker fled.
The motive force was later transported to an space hospital, the place he was listed in steady situation, FOX29 reported.
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Police instructed WPVI they hope somebody acknowledges the attacker, noting the person has a lacking entrance tooth.
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Anybody with details about the assault is requested to contact the division’s east detective division at 215-686-3244.