Police are looking for a suspect they say slashed a subway rider in the face early Friday morning at a Lower Manhattan subway station, according to published reports.

At around 5:10 a.m., according to the New York Post, the victim was waiting on the platform for the A train at the Chambers Street station when he was approached by a man asking for money.

When the victim refused, the suspect then allegedly slashed him across the face, the New York Post reported.

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According to CBS2 New York, the victim left the station and later called 911 from his job. He also refused medical attention on the scene after suffering a minor cut.

Police described the suspect — who is still at large — as 5 feet 8 inches tall and last seen wearing a black shirt and blue jeans, according to the New York Post.

This slashing comes just a day after a woman claimed that she had been called a “terrorist” in a slashing near Trinity Church on Broadway by Wall Street.

However, later that evening the 20-year-old student admitted that she had sliced her own cheek and was then taken for a psychiatric evaluation.