Fort Worth police are investigating after a woman says she was attacked and slashed as she was walking her dogs in a city park Thursday.
Officers said they received a call about a cutting or stabbing in Oakmont Park just before 3 p.m. Thursday.
When police arrived at the 6300 block of Oakbend Circle they said a woman reported that she had been cut when walking her dogs.
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The woman told police she was walking in a deeply-wooded area when a white man wearing gray loose pants and a long-sleeve gray shirt reached to pet the woman's dogs and but then suddenly lunged at her with a sharp object.
The individual cut the side of the woman's abdomen but did not cause any major bleeding, according to police.
Police said the woman ran to her car with her dogs and left the area without seeing the individual again.
She said that she does not know what the man cut her with, but believed it to be a razor blade or a sharp knife, police said.
The investigation into the case is ongoing and no arrests have been announced.