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MoMA suspected stabber Gary Cabana may have been spotted in Philadelphia

The accused man stabbed two employees of the Museum of Modern Art could be hiding in Philadelphia – while local police search for a suspected hotel arsonist who resembles the Big Apple fugitive.

Philadelphia police contacted the NYPD Monday night about the possible sighting of Gary Cabana60 after a fire earlier in the day at a Best Western in the city was believed to have been started by a man who checked into the hotel on Saturday under the name Joseph Cabana, law enforcement sources said.

Gary Cabana lists his middle name as “Joe”. on his social media profile.

Sources said the Philadelphia suspect also looks like Gary Cabana, prompting local authorities to call the NYPD.

The suspected arsonist fled after the blaze and the hotel was closed as of Monday evening, sources said. Nobody was injured in the fire.

Gary Cabana has been on the run since he allegedly attacked museum employees in Manhattan around 4 p.m. Saturday in a fit of rage over having his membership revoked.

The Philadelphia suspect registered under the name "Joseph Cabana." Gary Cabana lists his middle name as "yeah" on social media.
The Philadelphia suspect registered under the name “Joseph Cabana.” Gary Cabana lists his middle name as “Joe” on social media.
Instagram/@gary_joe_cab

The two victims, both 24, suffered non-life-threatening injuries.

Since fleeing the law, Gary Cabana has been active on social media, and he wrote a Post reporter on Sunday on Instagram to answer questions about his alleged attack.

He said he “lost his mind” on Saturday when MOMA staff refused to let him into the famed museum to see Van Gogh’s masterpiece, The Starry Night.

https://nypost.com/2022/03/15/moma-stabbing-suspect-gary-cabana-may-have-been-spotted-in-philadelphia/ MoMA suspected stabber Gary Cabana may have been spotted in Philadelphia

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