Kingston: Stranger attacked a school Girl by stabbing in the face repeatedly. A 12-year-old was attacked with a box cutter as she was on her way to school in Kingston, south of Brisbane. Girl Stabbed in the Face Repeatedly by a stranger with a box cutter.
She was attacked by a male about 17 or 18 years old as early as 7.40am. she was walking through the pedestrian tunnel off Prince Street under the Logan Motorway.
The little girl managed to fight the monster off and get on her feet even after she was struck up to 20 times in her face with the box cutter.
The bystanders called emergency services as they found her bleeding from the face. She had run towards her school after escaping the attack.
The attacker is on the run.
She will undergo emergency surgery in the Queensland Children’s Hospital. She is in serious but stable condition.
The male is described as Caucasian in appearance, aged around 17 to 18 years old, with a proportionate build, narrow face and short light-brown hair.
30 detectives have been assigned to find the attacker.
Even though the attacker was much bigger and powerful than the girls. She had the strength and courage to fight him back and to actually escape.
A man in his 50s was seen walking his dog in the area at the time. The police have appealed to people if they find any suspicious activity in the are should contact 1800 333 000.
Police are appealing especially to the man walking his dog in the area.
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