Two women were stabbed inside New York’s Museum of Modern Art Saturday afternoon, prompting chaotic evacuation of the Midtown Manhattan facility.
Police said both women were in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital and that they were looking for on man related to the attack, according to the New York Times.
The attack took place just after 4 p.m.
The New York Post said the suspect was wearing a black hoodie.
Police did not release other details about the incident, including exactly where or how the stabbing took place.
Julia Garcia Valles, a 24-year-old tourist from Spain, told the Times she was outside waiting to go into the museum when a panicked crowed shouting, “Shooting!” rushed out the doors.
“We were really scared,” she said.
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[Featured image: Museum of Modern Art/Google Maps]