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Man stabbed on 61st Street/Woodside 7-train platform, cops looking for suspect

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Nov. 8, 2016 Staff Report

The police are looking to question a man in relation to a stabbing that took place on the 7 train platform at the 61st Street/Woodside station last month.

The suspect reportedly got into an argument with a man on the platform at around 8 pm on Sunday, October 23, before throwing a bottle at the victim, hitting him in the back as he was walking away.

This led to another argument, at which time the suspect pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim, causing a small puncture wound to his abdomen. The victim was not transported to hospital.

The man wanted for questioning is described as a light skinned Hispanic, 17 to 19 years-old, approximately 5’10” tall and 155 lbs. He was last seen wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, dark jeans, and carrying a backpack.

A sketch is attached.

Anyone with information in regards to this incident is asked to call Crime stoppers at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477)

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Jz

Be aware of any guy who is under 6 feet tall
And 150 pounds engaging in confrontations.
Pretty sure he had a knife or worse or else wouldn’t be mouthing off

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Pedro Valdez Rivera Jr.

In the city with cultural, ethnic, national and racial diversity, I guess the general issue of economic inequality along racial and social lines have caused crime to go up in the place where there is a opportunity for crime: the NYC Subway system during off peak hours.

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sunnysiderenter

Tell that to the scores of social scientists that identify poverty as an influential factor. But it doesn’t fit the racial stereotype backed narrative, so. It gets ignored.

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Anonymous

Dont blame cathy nolan. She does a lot of good and shes a good person. Why dont you do something instead of posting your dopey comments you loser

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el loco

Cathy Nolan was the only politician on the ballot. No one running against her. She is what is wrong with politics.

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David

Is there any word of an arrest of the Latino who robbed the 5 stores? There sure is a Latino crime wave in Western Queens.

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Anonymous

Woodside was ruined since the late 70’s ,early 80’s once the cubans on the freedom flotilla came here (&miami) and the colombian drug wave started. Jackson heights/woodside/sunnyside went into a deep funk. 80’s drug epidemic. Killed these neighborhoods. Now its starting again with the mexicans. Its time to abandon ship, sell at a premium price and get out of here. Its time to move

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Anonymous

Now talk like this is whats killing Woodside and our society. “Sell at a premium price”, are you serious? 95 likes, this disgusts me.

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Jz

It’s true though. Went to vote on Tuesday and there were like 2 white people
And a crowd who didn’t speak English and I first hand witnessed a worker booking his buddy up and discriminating against a white guy. Reverse racism galore

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Dex

You would think by now you would have security cameras in the year almost 2017 at a main transport hub none the less, to catch a better picture.

But no its mta still living and ooerating like its the 80s.

Exceot service was better then.

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Anonymous

AGAIN? once again im racist if i say something. What is up with the Hispanic community? Groping,robberies,attempted rapes,stabbings. Its every week and your a racist if you say something. A pack of wolves are more civilized

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Anonomous

What does this have to do with the hispanic community? As if other races dont commit crimes… its not racist its an ignorant comment educate yourself!

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