New York Metropolis police looking for suspect who stabbed, robbed subway rider on practice

A person driving the subway in Manhattan final week was repeatedly stabbed and robbed by an assailant who stays at massive, police stated Sunday. 

The NYPD stated the incident happened round 10 p.m. on Nov. 22 on a southbound practice approaching the 34 Road-Herald Sq. subway station. 

Surveillance footage from NYPD displaying the struggle spill onto the subway platform. 
(NYPD)

The suspect, driving on the southbound F practice, requested the 34-year-old man for a cigarette earlier than making an attempt to steal his cash, PIX 11 reported, citing police. A scuffle ensued, and the suspect allegedly stabbed the 34-year-old man in his torso, in response to the report. 

Surveillance footage launched by the NYPD exhibits the struggle spilling onto the subway platform after the practice’s arrival. The suspect might be seen grabbing the person’s backpack whereas showing to jab a knife in his course. Police stated the sufferer was stabbed within the left shoulder. 

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The suspect might be seen strolling away with the suspect’s backpack whereas the sufferer stays on the subway practice and the doorways shut. The backpack contained round $200 in money, PIX 11 reported. The sufferer stays at massive as of Sunday. 

Anybody with data on this incident is being requested to message @NYPDTips or name 1-800-577-TIPS. 

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The stabbing got here simply days earlier than New York Metropolis police arrested a person for allegedly trying to rape a lady on a transferring subway practice in Manhattan. 

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