A suspect has been arrested in connection with this week’s stabbing in Toronto that left a guy on a moving subway train with serious injuries.

Police responded to the call for a stabbing just after 12:20 p.m. on Thursday. According to police, a verbal altercation started as the victim and suspect were traveling southward near Eglinton Station. After repeatedly stabbing the victim, the perpetrator fled from the scene at Eglinton Station, leaving the victim seriously hurt.

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Toronto police issued a news release on Friday stating that Moses Lewin, 25, is wanted for attempted murder. Further charges against him include aggravated assault, assault with a weapon, and two counts of disobeying a release order.

A man, thought to be in his 30s, was hospitalized after the stabbing because of serious injuries. Since then, his condition has been changed to stable.

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Lewin, 25, of no fixed address, was located and arrested on Friday. Lewin is scheduled to appear in court at 10 a.m. today. The suspect may have chased the victim down the length of the subway train before it came to a complete stop at Eglinton Station, according to online footage that captured the incident’s immediate aftermath.

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Some transport users’ concerns about the safety of the metro system have been raised in the wake of the stabbing. Several riders on Friday expressed their shock at the news to CBC Toronto.

The incident is the most recent instance of TTC violence in recent months. Gabriel Magalhaes, 16, died in March after being viciously stabbed in an unprovoked incident at Keele Station.