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Husband’s Girlfriend Accused of Stabbing Wife At Runnemede Wawa

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RUNNEMEDE, N.J. -

Police say two women are facing charges following a domestic dispute, which involved cheating.

The incident happened around 10:30 a.m. at the Wawa located at 825 North Black Horse Pike in Runnemede, New Jersey.

Investigators say the wife tracked her husband to the store and confronted the man's girlfriend who was sitting inside the car.

According to police the wife punched the woman. Authorities say the girlfriend pulled a knife and allegedly stabbed the wife several times in the side and in the arm.

The situation escalated with an employee getting involved, police say, the employee got stabbed in the arm during the incident.

All injuries are non-life threatening.

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