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BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Police are investigating a reported assault on a 27-year-old Lehigh Valley woman as she was going to the convenience store Friday night.
Jamie Wert said she was wearing a Dallas Cowboys football shirt with quarterback Tony Romo's name and number on the back while walking on Spruce Street in Bethlehem.
That's when she says she was approached by two men wearing Philadelphia Eagles jerseys.
When one of them said, "Hey, Romo," she turned around and was struck with something that cut her face.
"I had blood running down my neck, all down the front of my shirt," Wert told Fox 29 News. "When I came home I had to wash everything off. It was scary."
Wert said the attack shook her up but also made her even more determined to show her Dallas pride, including a sign hanging over the front porch that says, "Kill the Birds," and "Go Cowboys."
Police said they're now looking for the two men wearing the Eagles shirts in connection with the assault, although the woman couldn't give them much of a description.
Originally posted by Dr Love
Police searching for two men wearing Eagles jerseys in Pennsylvania? That should narrow it down.
Originally posted by Tiffany87
It awful that someone would hit another person just because that person is a fan of another team.
[edit on 15-1-2010 by Tiffany87]