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Man Attacked With Pizza Cutter Inside Glendora Vons

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A 23-year old man is recovering after being attacked with a pizza cutter in a Glendora Vons late last night.

The man was approached by two women and a man around 10:05 p.m. Friday night in the supermarket on the 400 block of East Arrow Highway when "words were exchanged." The male suspect then grabbed a pizza cutter from the shelf and started slashing and stabbing the victim, inflicting wounds to his face and arms. The suspects then fled on foot according to CBS 2.

Glendora Police Department Lieutenant Scott Strong told FOX LA that the motive for the attack was unknown and the only description of the suspect was that he was a white male.

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