NEW YORK - A man who stabbed a New York City man early Tuesday also partially severed his own finger during the attack, police said.
The 35-year-old victim, who was repeatedly stabbed, lived in the Bronx, WPIX reported.
According to police, the attacker and victim were arguing outside a bar at 1:15 a.m. when the stabbing occurred. The victim was stabbed in the back, while the attacker partially cut a finger on his left hand, WPIX reported. The assailant then ran away, police said.
Police said the attacker appeared to be in his mid- to late 20s, the television station reported. The man had a beard and tattoos on his right forearm and upper right arm, WPIX reported. Police said the man was last seen wearing a red baseball cap, white T-shirt and dark colored shorts, the television station reported.
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