Three suspects sought by police for group attack on NYC man



Three suspects are being sought out in connection with an attack on a 30-year-old Asian man in New York City on October 23.

Reported incident: Security footage from the incident provided the New York Police Department with images of the attack and perpetrators.

  • According to the NYPD Hate Crimes Twitter, five people approached the man around 10:30 p.m. near 31st St. and Fifth Ave in Manhattan’s Koreatown.

  • The New York Daily News reported that one of the perpetrators confronted the victim asking, “What are you doing here, Asian?”

  • Three members of the group then allegedly began physically assaulting the victim with their fists and wooden sticks.

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Hate crimes continue to rise: The number of reported hate crimes against Asian Americans has spiked nationwide since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

  • New York City established a permanent Asian Hate Crimes Task Force in September 2020 to document and address incidents in response to a spike in reported cases that year, a trend that has continued into 2021.


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