Police are searching for a dangerous – and beautiful – woman they say walked into a Toronto drug store and stabbed a total stranger in the heart.
Rohinie Biesar, 40, is an elegant and well-educated woman who is often seen in the city’s financial district, police said.
They warned she is extremely unstable and should not be approached.
“She stabbed a complete stranger in the heart, putting her in grave condition in the hospital. I’d call that dangerous,” said Constable David Hopkinson of the Toronto Police Service, according to The Globe and Mail.
Biesar walked into a store in the city’s underground pedestrian mall and stabbed a female patrol on Friday, police said.
“We have no indication that they’ve ever even seen each other (before),” Hopkinson said.
Biesar’s LinkedIn page says she has a MBA from Queen’s University and works as an investor and adviser in the capital markets sector.
Surveillance video shows her wearing a black suit and a lavender dress shirt, toting a red shopping bag.
The victim has not been identified. Biesar is wanted on attempted murder charges, police said.