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Suspect said ‘hello’ to victim, stared at her before random stabbing attack at Daytona library, police say


DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – A man who stabbed a library worker near and possibly in her eye using a pair of scissors didn’t say anything before or during the random attack except for “hello,” according to the Daytona Beach Police Department.The 63-year-old Daytona Beach Regional Library employee, who suffered a broken nose, swelling and bruising to her left eye, a possible stab wound to her left eye and various cuts on her face, said she had seen 55-year-old Burman P.

Bedford while working at the library but she didn’t know him, records show.Police wrote in their report that surveillance video taken before Tuesday’s attack showed Bedford waved at the victim while he was in the children’s section and she was working at her desk.

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