HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- Police in Hartford are searching for a suspect who allegedly beat a woman with a tool and then stabbed her early this morning.
The incident happened just before 2:30 a.m., at 6 New Park Ave.
Upon arrival, police found the victim on the second floor common stairway.
Police said the victim's head was covered in blood and residents were providing first aid.
According to police, the victim was in the suspect's apartment hanging out, and when she went to leave, the suspect refused to let her.
Police said the suspect began hitting her in the head with a pair of Vice Grips and then stabbed her in the leg.
The victim was taken to Hartford Hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Police said the suspect fled before officers arrived.
Police said they are searching for 58-year-old Alberto Castillo Valdes as a possible suspect.
Valdes has an active warrant for sexual assault.
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