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Police looking for two suspects who punched and kicked man on Nassau Ave. last month

151 Nassau Ave.

Oct. 9, 2017 By Tara Law

The police are searching for two men who followed a 36-year-old man down a Greenpoint street last month and then punched and kicked him.

The suspects allegedly approached the victim from behind near 151 Nassau Avenue at about 2:50 am on Friday, Sept. 15, and then punched him.

When the man fell to the ground, the suspects then kicked and punched him in the face and body, police said. The suspects then took off on foot.

The victim was taken to Bellevue Hospital for his injuries.

The first attacker is described as being about 29-years old, white and pale, and about 5 foot 11. He was wearing a royal blue shirt, dark shorts and black sneakers.

The other is described as being about 29-years old, white and pale, and also about 5 foot 11. He was wearing a black shirt, dark shorts and black sneakers.

Anyone with information incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 800-577-TIPS.

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