Transcript for Financial Adviser Faces New Charges After Alleged Victim Dies
New details and a shocking crime. A newlywed stabbed in a random attack in the middle of a drugstore now died and the suspect, an mba graduate with no criminal record is now facing new charges. ABC's Mara schiavocampo has the details. Reporter: This morning, the charges against a petite 40-year-old financial adviser have been upgraded hours after her alleged victim died from her injuries. Rohinie bisesar now facing second degree murder charges in what police say was a completely random attack. We still can find no correlation between the two. We still believe them to be complete strangers. Reporter: Police say bisesar, a professional with no criminal history, attacked a woman at a drugstore last week and stabbed the victim without provocation. Leaving her in critical condition. Late Wednesday, 28-year-old Rosemarie Junor succumbed to her injuries. Junor worked at a private clinic in Toronto and had been married less than a year. Her family devastated by the loss. We're all trying our best to make sense and to try to figure out exactly what happened and why. Reporter: Police say bisesar fled after the attack and was on the run for four days. Shortly before her arrest a Canadian newspaper said they received an e-mail from her account saying in part, something has been happening to me and this is not my Normal self adding, I am sorry about the incidence. That kind of evidence exhibiting mental illness could be used mounting a defense of not criminally responsible. Reporter: Bisesar has not yet entered a plea expected back in court this morning. For "Good morning America," Mara schiavocampo, ABC news, new York.
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