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BOSTON, GA (WALB) -

Law enforcers tell us a Boston woman will need reconstructive surgery after another woman bit off her nose.

Thomas County Sheriff's deputies responded to a call Thursday night about a fight in a backyard on Hanna Street in Boston.

Investigators found 52-year old Shirley Dunbar and 48-year old Constance Cohn both drunk behind the house.

They were shocked when they noticed Cohn's nose was missing.

"I've seen all type of injuries, but I've never seen anyone with a nose that had been bitten off. I have never seen that type of injury before. No sir," said Lt. Tim Watkins.

Dunbar is charged with aggravated battery.

She was released from the Thomas County Jail on a bond of $20,100.

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