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Man Stabbed in the Neck in Unprovoked Attack in Sunnyside Sunday

Suspect wanted for stabbing a man in an unprovoked attack on Queens Boulevard early Sunday morning (Photo: NYPD and GMaps)

June 13, 2022 By Czarinna Andres

The police are looking for a suspect who allegedly stabbed a 23-year-old man in the neck during an unproved attack in Sunnyside early Sunday morning.

The suspect, a white man, allegedly approached the victim in the vicinity of Queens Boulevard and 48th Street at around 3:15 a.m. and stabbed him with an unknown object.

The victim was transported to Elmhurst Hospital in serious but stable condition.

Police have released video footage and a photo of the suspect.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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Thanks to the Bail Reform

Who cares about race? He’s a criminal regardless. The issue here is these thugs being released over and over again, I bet this guy has a record. The bail reform is protecting them.

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Sam

That’s right. The news is supporting the racism by accounting for the white crime but not all others. I lived in Sunnyside for decades and left because of the filth and crime. I no longer felt safe and feel sad for all of the good citizens (particularly the elderly) that aren’t able to leave. Please vote these incompetent politicians out of office!

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Mac

Sam- I’ve lived here in Sunnyside for over 60 years and many of my neighbors and relatives are here even longer, and can tell you we are are going no where. Our blocks and buildings are clean and safe (46th, 47th street and Skillman). I don’t know where you lived but none of the issues you complain about are in our area.

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Sarah

Hey Mac, 4 guys robbed a couple in their apartment building on 48th and Skillman. The article is posted on SP.

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Mac

Sarah- Crime happens. It’s not frequent or regular that’s why it’s “News”. To quote Bob Seger from the 1970’s “Yeah, it happens out in Vegas happens in Moline
On the blue blood streets of Boston
Up in Berkeley and out in Queens
Somewhere there’s somebody ain’t treatin’ somebody right.” Sarah name one place immune to crime. Oh and Sarah you may want to reread my post it had no mention of 48th street and by the way that robbery was not a random crime.

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David Smith

I’ve lived here (44th & 48th Ave) since 2005 & love it. I haven’t seen any big problems with “filth and crime” and I feel quite safe. I don’t know what you’re talking about.

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Gullible Republicans believe in myths fairytales and conspiracy theories

Those pesky minorities are at it again!

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Go virtue signal elsewhere...

In a lot of neighborhoods, whites are indeed a minority.

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Yes, percentage wise.

But according to the “Amish” they’ll always be the minorities, the forever persecuted, the crapped on.

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Smh

Statistics don’t lie. You are nothing more than an enabler of criminal behavior and an apologist for white liberals.

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Mac

I wonder why we get a description of the suspect in the case versus every other incident (just scroll down and look at all the other crime reports)

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Anonymous

I was wondering the same thing. It seems, wait for it….wait for it……racist.

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Bill

Yes, make sure that you point out that it was a white man since that seems to be such a rare occurence. It is never mentioned when it is a Black man.

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Dave

That is the description that the victim most likely gave and that is why they included it. When victims say Black or Latino the police release it as light medium or dark complexion.

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