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Man Hit With Brick While Coming to Woman’s Aid in Woodside: NYPD

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March 19, 2020 By Christian Murray

Police are looking for three suspects wanted for assaulting a man who was coming to a woman’s aid outside a Woodside reception hall earlier this month.

The suspects were allegedly harassing the victim’s cousin outside Queens Palace, at 37-11 57th St., shortly before midnight on March 8, police said. The victim walked over to help her out when he was punched in the face and hit with a brick.

The victim was taken to a local hospital in serious but stable condition. Police released photos of the suspects on twitter. Anyone with information is asked to call 718-684-5441

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