Boston Police are searching for a man they say viciously attacked his ex-girlfriend and her mother in a Hyde Park home.
Neighbors who live by 437 Huntington Ave. in Hyde Park are left in shock and fear after a mother and her daughter were viciously attacked inside their home.
"It's heart breaking," said Ariana Ramos.
According to Boston Police a 43-year-old mother and her 23-year-old daughter were attacked by Jeffrey LeBathe.
Documents claim LeBathe, 26, broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home on Huntington Avenue and attacked the women with a knife.
When police arrived at the scene Tuesday night they found the 23-year-old bleeding “profusely” from the neck, chest and face.
"I know what it's like when someone close to you is physically abusive, so my heart really goes out to her,” said a neighbor who asked to be unnamed.
Court papers detailing the attack reveal both women suffered from cuts to their face leaving them “disfigured.”
Extensive damage was done to the home during the attack leaving five windows shattered and blood stains on the side of the house and porch.
LeBathe is also accused of leaving two holes in the windshield of a vehicle belonging to his ex-girlfriend’s mother.
In a statement given to police by one of the victims, the woman said LeBathe broke in and “tried to kill us.”
LeBathe currently has a warrant for his arrest. He’s facing multiple charges, some of which include home invasion and assault to murder.