Transcript for Financial Adviser Accused of Stabbing Apparent Stranger Is Caught
successful financial adviser with an mba who allegedly stabbed a complete stranger in a drugstore. She has been caught and charged with attempted murder but police are still searching for answers. ABC's Mara schiavocampo is here with the latest on this bizarre story. Good morning, Mara. Reporter: Good morning, bizarre indeed. This is someone with no apparent violent history who professional contacts say had, quote, great interpersonalal skills. Now police are thanking the public for their help in catching her. This morning, an unusual suspect in custody capturing the petite 40-year-old financial adviser accused of violently stabbing a complete stranger. She stabbed by a small kitchen knife and the woman walks out of the store. Reporter: After four days on the run Toronto officials say a tip finally led them to rohinie bisesar, a successful professional with an mba who allegedly plunged a knife into a woman Friday at an underground drugstore located in Toronto's subway system. Described as violent and dangerous, Monday police released this surveillance image which they say shows her moments after what they describe as a random unprovoked attack. We can find no correlation between the two. This is a random act of violence. And that is why it's so disturbing. Reporter: Overnight police interviewing bisesar trying to piece together a motive. There's only two people that know maybe why this happened. One of them lies in grave condition in hospital. The other has just been arrested by the Toronto police. Reporter: But friends say the alleged attack is completely out of character. She's very well educated. She has no criminal record. It's out of the blue. Reporter: This morning bisesar is charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon. Now, in Canada if the victim were to succumb to her injuries within the next year bisesar's charges could be upgraded to murder. She makes her first court appearance this morning and we heard that officer say the victim was in grave condition. That's Canada's version of critical condition so we're certainly hoping for the best. This is a serious attack. It certainly is, Mara. We turn to the story of one
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