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Probe after 62-year-old man stabbed
Police are hunting a man who stabbed a 62-year-old in the back and chest when he broke into his home.
The victim is receiving treatment in hospital after the incident, which took place at his home in Diamond Street, Leigh, Greater Manchester, at about 5.30pm on Sunday.
He was attacked after answering a knock at the door when he was confronted by an intruder who forced his way in and stabbed him four times.
After snatching the victim's wallet from his pocket as he lay defenceless on the ground, the man fled, police said.
Detective Inspector Martin Reddington, from Greater Manchester Police, urged the public not to panic and said officers are stepping up patrols in the area.
He added: "The actions of this violent offender are utterly reprehensible, cowardly and we need to find him and bring him to justice."
The suspect is described as white, in his 30s, about 5ft 10in, and of a scruffy appearance. He "may have taken drugs", police said.
Detectives are appealing to anyone with information about the incident to come forward.