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|Suspected robber stabs West Monroe woman|
A 26-year-old West Monroe woman was stabbed in her abdomen and chin some time early Sunday morning in her Duncan Circle home by a suspected robber who Ouachita Parish sheriff's deputies were still hunting Sunday afternoon.
Ouachita Parish Sheriff's Office chief deputy Jay Russell said three children were in the home when the incident occurred. The children were not harmed.
"I think his intent was robbery," Russell said. "He didn't try to rape her."
The suspected robber is a white male, 18-25 years of age. He is slender in build and has brown hair.
The suspect broke a window in a door in the carport of the Duncan Circle home and entered the residence. At some point, the victim awoke to discover the suspect standing over her bed. He was wearing a ski mask.
A struggle ensued, according to Russell, and the ski mask was removed. The victim saw the suspect's face.
The Ouachita Citizen learned the victim was in an intensive care unit at a local hospital as of Sunday afternoon. She underwent at least two surgeries Sunday.
"The wounds were not life-threatening," Russell said.
For more on the investigation, see the Thursday, Aug. 25, edition of The Ouachita Citizen.