A man tries to stop a thief from taking his car and gets cut with a knife.
Now police look for the suspect.
Marietta Police say the man was breaking into a car on Greene Street when the owner of the car tried to stop him.
The owner of the car says he was cut twice with a knife.
Police say this happened around 8 Thursday morning at a home in Marietta.
They got a call from Marietta Memorial Hospital that a man had been cut with a knife.
24-year-old Chris Sargent went to Marietta Memorial for a cut on his left forearm and his left leg.
He has since been released.
Sargent tells Marietta Police he was leaving his home at 854 Greene Street for work when he noticed a man trying to break into his car.
He approached the man to try and stop him and that's when the man swung and cut him with a knife twice.
"He is described as being 5'9", brown hair, not crew buzzed short but a little longer. brown eyes, he was wearing blue jeans and some type of dark shirt, we are not sure if that was a hoodie or a tshirt, it was a dark colored shirt. He's in his late twenties, average build and a white male," says Marietta Police Capt. Jeff Waite.
Police say then the man took off across the street north, towards Vine Street.
Officers have searched the neighborhood.
Captain Waite asks if you saw something Thursday morning, as Greene Street is pretty busy during commuting time, to please call them at (740) 373-4141.
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