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A homeless man was stabbed and his dog was carved out in a New York City subway station on Thursday morning, according to police.
The duo was at the 14th Street Station at Sixth Avenue in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, just after 4 pm, when a fight broke out between 34-year-old, who was sleeping on a park bench, and another man.
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The researchers said the fight escalated and the suspect stabbed the homeless man in the calf to be cut from his pet Rottweiler, in the leg with a knife, WABC-TV reported.
A homeless man and his dog were attacked on Thursday morning, the 14th Street MTA Station, on Sixth Avenue, in midtown Manhattan, the police said.
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The suspect fled the subway station after the attack, authorities said. He was said to be a black man in his 30s, wearing a brown jacket, and a pair of black trousers and a black hat. The NYPD said the woman was with him when the incident occurred.
Both the man and the dog were treated for their injuries and are expected to be OK, according to WNBC.
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Anyone with information about the attack is urged to contact the NYPD Crime Stoppers at 1-800-577-8477.