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DAILYKENN.com -- A 54-year-old woman suffered a fractured tibia after being thrown to the floor in a Hackensack, New Jersey Staples store. 

Reports say the attacker demanded her victim wear her mask correctly. It appears the woman was assaulted when she failed to promptly comply. 

The victim had undergone a liver transplant four months earlier.

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The suspect was described as an African American woman about 5'5" to 5'8" tall weighing approximately 160 pounds. 


Police said a 54-year-old woman, who had a liver transplant four months ago, was using a copier machine when the other customer walked up to a nearby machine. The victim “told the suspect to put her mask on” after she noticed the woman had her mask on below her mouth, police said.

Video footage shows the suspect approaching the victim, who responds by picking up her cane and pointing it at the suspect. “The suspect then yelled at the victim, violently threw her to the ground, and left the store,” police said in a statement.

The victim was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center by ambulance, where she was diagnosed with a fractured tibia.

The incident took place on July 29.

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