Friday, May 29, 2015

Woman stabbed near PATCO station

A 49-year-old Cherry Hill resident was stabbed and robbed Sunday as she walked home from the Woodcrest PATCO station, authorities said.

Woman stabbed near PATCO station

A 49-year-old Cherry Hill resident was stabbed and robbed Sunday as she walked home from the Woodcrest PATCO station, authorities said.

Around 11:20 p.m., two men crept up behind the woman, who was carrying two bags, near the intersection of Burnt Mill and Woodcrest Roads. One of the men stabbed her in the shoulder and took on bag, said Cherry Hill Lt. William Kushina.

The woman, who also suffered a cut on her head, was taken to Cooper University Hospital in Camden. She was listed in critical condition on Monday after undergoing emergency surgery Sunday night, authorities said.

Anyone with information on the attack is encouraged to call 856-488-7828.

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