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Valdosta man attacked, cut while leaving for work

Aaron Kirk Aaron Kirk
VALDOSTA, GA (WALB) -

Police are investigating Monday after a man was attacked early Monday morning and cut several times.

46 year old Corey Goodman told police he was walking out of his house at 505 E. Mary Street to go to work just before 4 a.m., when an unknown man ran up to him, and started stabbing him with a sharp object.

Goodman was cut on his face, right arm, and chest.

Investigators say Goodman is cooperating and this is likely not a random act.

"He was asked if anyone was mad at him and he did give us some information about possible suspects that investigators are following up on," said Valdosta Police Department Lieutenant Aaron Kirk.

The suspect was described as a shorter black man last seen wearing a red shirt and black jogging pants.

Call the Valdosta Police at 229-293-3091 if you have any information.

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