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A woman was stabbed Wednesday on Second Street in Belmont Shore, and police are still looking for the suspect, authorities said.

Police said officers responded to a local hospital at around 11:13 p.m. after the woman arrived with multiple stab wounds. At the hospital, the woman told officers that she was walking in the area of Glendora Avenue and Second Street in Belmont Shore when a man physically confronted her, according to the Long Beach Police Department.

The confrontation escalated and the suspect stabbed the woman before fleeing the area on foot, the LBPD said.

After realizing she had been stabbed in the upper and lower body, the woman transported herself to a hospital, authorities said. According to the LBPD, her injuries are not life-threatening.

At this time, no suspect information is available and the motive is unknown, according to police, who are investigating the incident.

UPDATE: Police now say stabbing suspect’s spree spanned days, included 8 victims