Official continue to look for the man suspected of stabbing and assaulting a woman in the Smoky Mountains.
National Park Service special agents worked with the victim in an effort to create a sketch of the suspect.
The attack happened on June 8 on the Gatlinburg Trail. The victim received multiple stab wounds on to the neck, shoulder and hand. She made her way to the Gatlinburg Bypass where she flagged down a passing motorist for assistance.
She was taken by helicopter to the University of Tennessee Medical Center where she was treated for her injuries.
She was released from the hospital Sunday night.
If you have information in the case, you are asked to call 865-436-1580. The National Park Service is offering a $5,000 reward.