The city’s most recent subway crimes include a teenage boy being bitten and stabbed by a baby-faced suspect as the victim faced a group of people steaming on a Brooklyn train station, cops say.
Two days earlier, three sneaks ambushed a 21-year-old man’s cellphone while he was waiting for an F train in Queens, authorities said.
The bitten 19-year-old victim was waiting for a C train on Pennsylvania Avenue in East New York around 2:45 p.m. Wednesday when it crashed into six people who were steaming nearby, authorities said.
The young-looking suspect, seen in surveillance footage released by the NYPD Sunday night, then stabbed the victim in the torso and bit his forearm, police officers said.
The victim was taken to Interfaith Medical Center, where his condition was stable.
Photos show the attacker wearing a black jacket over a red hoodie and black pants.
Last week, three sneaks ambushed a man on his phone in Queens, authorities said.
This victim was standing on the platform of the Parsons Boulevard station in Jamaica Hills around 8 a.m. on November 21 when the group surrounded him, slapped him in the face and grabbed his phone, according to video released by the NYPD.
The victim refused medical treatment, police said.
The police are still looking for the suspects.
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