Woman randomly gets stabbed in the neck on college campus

VANCOUVER, WA – A devastating incident unfolded on the campus of Clark College on Wednesday, where a woman was stabbed in the neck by an unidentified attacker while sitting on a bench outside the Archer Gallery. Following the attack, the suspected assailant quickly fled the scene, according to the Vancouver Police Department.

Before the stabbing, the woman was shockingly addressed by the unidentified assailant, who she initially believed punched her. Shortly after, she discovered she was bleeding and realized that she had been stabbedThe victim of the stabbing was quickly transported to a nearby hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Police revealed surveillance photos displaying the perpetrator, showcasing him in brown pants, a disheveled light-blue button-down shirt, and a green baseball cap, escaping the scene. However, this doesn’t seem to be the first reported encounter with this individual.

Earlier this week, authorities established a connection with a similar incident on the same campus. In the previous occurrence, a woman sitting in her car was approached by a man fitting the police description of the attacker. The man made an attempt to speak with her and subsequently tried to enter her vehicle. Fortunately, the woman screamed, startling the perpetrator into leaving the scene.

The suspect is described as a man of medium build, aged between 30 to 40 years old. He is believed to have a beard and the appearance of either East Asian or Middle Eastern descent. The Vancouver Police Department has urged the public to come forward with any information.