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Man Wanted for Fatal Stabbing on Northern Boulevard Friday

Suspect (NYPD) and 82-15 Northern Blvd. (Google)

June 14, 2020 By Christian Murray

The police have released video surveillance of a man wanted for a fatal stabbing in Jackson Heights Friday.

The footage is of a suspect who allegedly killed a 21-year-old man by stabbing him multiple times in the chest on Northern Boulevard Friday evening.

Police responded to a call at around 7:30 p.m. on June 12 that a man had been assaulted in front of 82-15 Northern Blvd. Upon arrival they found the victim with multiple wounds to the chest. He was taken to NYC Health & Hospitals/Elmhurst where he was pronounced dead.

The victim has been identified as Nicolas Caicedo-Velasquez from East Elmhurst.

The suspect is described as being of light complexion, slim build and with a beard. He was last seen wearing an orange/red polo shirt, black baseball cap, blue jeans, black sneakers and a black crossbody bag.

Anyone with information in regard to the incident is asked to call NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477). The public can also submit tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at nypdcrimestoppers.com

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get your head out of your a**

this is not a daily news article …nowhere did it say they new each other in this article that the people here are commenting on…people are right to be upset about murders in their community…we need more police and more community support…enough false narratives about minority disparities….if you are white you are more likely to get killed by the police…that is a mathematical fact according to the FBI…to all the losers who keep spreading lies and agitating ghetto retards please drop dead…we are gonna vote with our feet and you can pay for all the free stuff yourselves

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DEMOCRATSHATEWORKINGCLASS

The NYPD need to relax now why bother solve crime given the mayor and city council hate them

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Mac

Hashtagger- The daily news article stated when The photo of Nicholas’ assailant was shown to Nicholas’ friends, they recognized the assailant as a friend of Nicholas. How do police prevent crimes between people who are related like friends and relatives? You’re like a broken record. Try to tailor your silly posts to meet at least some of the facts in a case.

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#protestetersrinane

But I thought we don’t need police !
Let them call a social worker the next time

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This is the most subtle understanding Trump lovers have 😂

You don’t have to keep pasting this on every article about ANY crime

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Support the police

I hope the cops don’t even bother with this. Let murderers run amok. See what it’s like when you defund the police. Then people like AOC and those who voted for her will have blood on their hands.

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