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EAST WINDSOR -- The East Windsor Police Department said they are investigating after a woman claims a razor blade that was found stuck in the handle of a shopping cart sliced her finger at Walmart on Sunday.

Kelly Boulay posted about the incident on Facebook after she said she cut her finger on the razor that was stuck in the shopping cart she had used at Walmart.

Boulay notified Walmart staff, and they called police to the scene. Police officers and store workers checked all the shopping carts in the store and didn't find any others with razor blades.

Police are investigating to determine if the blade was intentionally embedded in the shopping cart.

Walmart said in a statement that it's "disturbing" that someone would try to harm a customer or store worker. The company says they are currently conducting regular checks of shopping carts.

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