Horrifying video shows man randomly stabbed to death in NYC

The newly released video shows the shocking moments a man was randomly stabbed to death on the Upper East Side on Thursday.

in one 16-second clip tweeted by the NYPD on Saturdayan attacker dressed all in black, his face covered by a balaclava, is shown getting off a bicycle before stabbing a 29-year-old stranger with a large knife.

Video captures the victim – wearing a baseball cap and white mask and carrying a brown paper bag – attempting to escape the knife-wielding man by driving away from him. The attacker then wildly brandished the gun while chasing him off the sidewalk into the street, footage shows.

During the attack, which was caught on camera in broad daylight, the wounded man was cut multiple times in the back and left arm, according to police. Police officers said the victim did not know the stabber.

The stabbing happened just before 2 p.m. on the sidewalk near a subway entrance at the East 63rd Street and Third Avenue Q and F train station, police said Thursday.

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The suspect was riding a black e-bike when he stabbed the victim.
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The attacker’s face was covered with a balaclava.
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The victim tries to escape the knife-wielding man by walking away from him.
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The attacker then wildly brandished the gun and stabbed the victim multiple times in the back and left arm, the video shows.
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The NYPD is looking for the attacker, who is about 30 years old and of medium build, according to the department Friday. He was riding a black electric bike when he stabbed the victim without provocation and fled the scene in an unspecified direction, police said.

Police said medics took the victim to a nearby hospital, where his condition is stable.

https://nypost.com/2022/05/29/horrific-video-shows-man-randomly-stabbed-in-nyc/ Horrifying video shows man randomly stabbed to death in NYC

JACLYN DIAZ

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