Men Attack Rogers Woman With “Bladed Weapon,” Police Say

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Police are looking for two men they say attacked a woman with a bladed weapon outside of a Rogers home on Sunday. She was hospitalized with non-life-threatening injuries.

Diana Puente, 24, told police she was outside her home at 1014 N. Westridge Lane on Sunday around 9 p.m., when two men wearing black hoodies and black beanie caps started walking toward her. She tried to get back into the home, but one of the men grabbed her and held a bladed weapon to her neck, making vague threats, according to the Rogers Police Department.

The men released the woman, and she went back inside her home. Emergency responders transported Puente to Mercy Medical Center in Rogers with non-life-threatening injuries to her neck, police said.

The investigation is ongoing, and there have been no arrests so far in the case, according to Rogers police.

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