GREENWICH VILLAGE, Manhattan — Police are searching for a suspect Saturday after a report that he stabbed a fellow subway rider in Manhattan on Nov. 20.
At about 4:59 p.m., the suspect got into a dispute with a 22-year-old man while riding a southbound A train, police said. When the two got off of the train at the West 4th Street station in Greenwich Village, the suspect then displayed a weapon and stabbed the victim in the head.
EMS transported the victim to a nearby hospital after the incident, and police described his condition as stable.
Police are still looking for the suspect, who fled the scene on foot.
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