MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A woman is recovering this morning after being beaten and robbed near a light rail stop.

Bri, who didn’t want WCCO to use her last name, still has a bloody face from the attack that left her with stitches.

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The incident happened near the 46th Street station in southeast Minneapolis around 5 a.m. Thursday. Bri said a man wearing sharp rings ran up behind her and started punching her in the face and head.

“Initially I thought he was trying to kill me because he wouldn’t stop,” she said.

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He got away with her purse and backpack.

Bri’s mother put up posters around the neighborhood to warn others.

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Metro Transit Police don’t think their cameras picked up the attack. A spokesperson told WCCO they have no leads.