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NJ Woman Loses Part of Finger in Parking Dispute



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    Police are asking for the public's help identifying the suspect.

    A parking dispute at a suburban mall Saturday led to one woman losing part of her finger.

    Police say two women confronted the 42-year-old female victim over a parking space in the lot by the Nordstrom's department store in the Cherry Hill Mall around 4:45 p.m.

    The argument escalated to a physical altercation and one of the suspects bit the victim on the finger, according to officials.

    Authorities say the victim's finger was severely severed and she was transported to Cooper University Hospital, where she remains in stable condition.

    Police say the suspect is a black female in her mid-thirties with a heavy-set build and was possibly operating an older model Audi sedan.

    Officials are asking anyone who witnessed the incident or has any information about the suspect's identity to contact the Cherry Hill Police Dept. at 856-488-7828.