Clark College attacker stabbed woman in neck in Vancouver: cops

Police are searching for a deranged man who stabbed a woman in the neck in an unprovoked attack on Washington State University’s campus Wednesday and may have tried to kidnap another woman earlier this week.

Wednesday’s horrific attack on Clark University’s campus began when the suspect approached the victim as he sat on a bench outside the Archer Gallery on the school grounds, screaming for help. This was announced by the Vancouver Police Department. In a press release.

Instead, the villain attacked her.

Vancouver police are investigating a man who stabbed a woman in an unprovoked attack on Clark University’s campus. vancouver police station

Police said the woman initially thought she had been hit, but when she looked down and saw blood, she realized she had been stabbed.

She was rushed to a local hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Surveillance photos of the suspect released by police show him running from the scene wearing brown slacks, an untucked light blue button-down shirt and a green baseball cap. ing.

Police in the city, across the Columbia River from Portland, Oregon, said he gave a similar description to the suspect in another terrifying campus encounter on Monday.

In this incident, the victim was sitting in her car when a man approached her and attempted to speak to her.

When the woman opened the door, a violent man pulled the door to get into her car, but the woman screamed and startled the suspect, who then fled, police said.

Vancouver University stabbing suspect.
The suspect in Wednesday’s stabbing of a woman at Vancouver’s Clark University is also the suspect in an attempted kidnapping on campus Monday, Vancouver police said. vancouver police station

He is described as being between 30 and 40 years old, of medium build, with a beard, and of “East Asian or Middle Eastern descent.”

Anyone with information is asked to call the police department at 360-487-7399.