NYPD are looking for these two assailants
Another day, another violent attack on a subway train in the Democrat hellhole of New York City.
A 78-year-old white man was brutally beaten by two black people on a Manhattan subway train on Thursday.
According to police, the victim, who was traveling southbound on the No. 1 train near 96th Street, asked a fellow traveler to turn down his loud music.
The man with the loud speaker, along with his female friend, responded by brutally beating the elderly passenger.
The victim, badly bruised with cuts on his face, was rushed to a nearby hospital where he was given stiches in his head.
PIX 11 reported:
A duo beat a 78-year-old man aboard a Manhattan subway train Thursday after he asked them to lower the volume of their music, according to the NYPD.
In the music incident, the victim was on a southbound No. 1 train approaching the 96th Street station around 3:30 p.m. when he requested that a fellow straphanger turn down his speaker, officials said. The man with the speaker, as well as a female companion, responded by punching the man multiple times in the face, police said.
The victim got off the train at 96th Street and was brought by first responders to an area hospital for treatment of bruises and cuts to his face. He was listed in what authorities described as stable condition.
His assailants, meanwhile, stayed on the train. It’s believed that they ultimately exited at 34th Street – Penn Station, police said.
Investigators on Thursday released cell phone photos taken of the suspects. The man is described as about 6-feet tall and 185 pounds, with an athletic build and a goatee. He was last seen wearing a black hoodie with a graphic on the front, a red bandana, gray jeans, and white Nike sneakers, while carrying a multi-colored backpack.
The female suspect is described as having a medium build, long brown hair, and brown eyes. She wore black glasses, a black hooded jacket with a fur lining, a black t-shirt, orange sweatpants, and black sneakers.
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