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80-year-old woman, dog stabbed in Riverside trailer park attacks

February 25, 2013 |  5:56 pm

Map shows general area where a dog and 80-year-old woman were stabbed in Riverside, police said.
Riverside police Monday were seeking a knife-wielding attacker suspected of stabbing and beating an 80-year-old woman and stabbing a dog.

The woman was in serious but stable condition with multiple stab wounds and blunt-force trauma to her body, the Riverside Police Department said.

She was attacked Monday morning in her mobile home in a trailer park in 4000 block of Pierce Street in the city's La Sierra neighborhood.

Police described the attack as a home-invasion robbery and said the woman's 1995 Toyota Camry was stolen.

The dog was stabbed Monday morning in a separate mobile home in the same trailer park, according to police. The condition of the animal was not released. 

The suspect was described only as a 25-year-old woman. The stolen Toyota is white with California license plate DP L2518.

Anyone with information is asked to call Det. Jim Simons at (951) 353-7136.

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Map shows general area where the attacks were reported. Credit: Google Maps
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