A random attack occurred in the middle of the afternoon this week at a Midtown railway station, according to the police. The victim sustained multiple stab wounds.
At approximately 3:40 in the afternoon, the victim, a male who was 37 years old, was standing on the northbound platform at the Fifth Avenue/53rd Street station.
According to the police, the incident occurred on Tuesday when the stranger walked up to the victim and cut him multiple times with a pocket knife. According to the investigators, the victim declined medical assistance for slight injuries he sustained to his head and right leg.
The male suspect escaped from the police station through the front doors and into the street. It is unknown whether he uttered any words during the assault.
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The assailant, who had a beard, was seen in a late Thursday photograph and released. He is seen wearing a bright yellow hoodie underneath a black vest. As of Friday, the search for him continued.
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