Police in Manchester, New Hampshire, are looking for a man they say threatened a Meals on Wheels driver with a knife as she got into her parked vehicle Tuesday morning.
Police say that the suspect approached the woman at about 11:05 a.m. on Central Street as she sat in her car. The woman pushed the suspect away and started honking her horn to try and get help. The honking apparently scared the suspect away.
The victim suffered a small cut on her finger after she pushed the man away.
In a statement, Meals on Wheels called the incident "tremendously upsetting" but were "so grateful that our driver is doing well."
They also said that their driver responded "remarkably" given the situation.
The suspect was describer as being possibly in his late 20s or early 30s. He was wearing dark colored clothing at the time of the incident.