A stabbing that took place on a SEPTA bus in the Germantown section of Philadelphia is being investigated by the police authorities.
The stabbing is alleged to have happened in the area of Germantown Avenue and W. Logan Street shortly after 8 a.m. Wednesday.
According to SEPTA officials, there was an altercation between two passengers on a Route 23 bus. The officials claim that one passenger stabbed the other in the face with a screwdriver and then fled on foot.
The injured victim, who is 19-year-old, received a cut to his lip. He told authorities that he did not know the assailant who attacked him. The authorities have also released surveillance images of the suspect as the police continue the search.