Serial Stabber Still at Large in New York City

NYPD Hunt Down Serial Stabber Linked to Multiple Attacks in Queens and Brooklyn

Key Takeaways:

– At least five unrelated, unprovoked stabbings in Queens and Brooklyn may have been committed by a single individual according to the police.
– NYPD Chief of Department, Jeffrey Maddrey, has made a public plea for any information leading to the suspect.
– A particular individual dressed in a green jacket, black pants and a surgical mask is being sought for two incidents that took place on Wednesday.
– The suspect is linked to unprovoked stabbings in the Rochdale Village area of Queens, as tweeted by NYPD Chief of Detectives, Joseph Kenny.
– Police have released surveillance footage of the suspect and are urging anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers.

Serial Stabber Still at Large

The NYPD is on high alert following a series of unprovoked stabbings in Queens and Brooklyn. According to the police, these random incidents, at least five in total, may be the work of a single individual who still remains at large.

NYPD Calls for Public Assistance

Jeffrey Maddrey, the NYPD Chief of Department took to Twitter on Wednesday, stating that the individual involved in these incidents is wanted for multiple stabbings. Maddrey urged the public to come forward with any information that can help apprehend the suspect, emphasizing the gravity of removing him from the streets.

Wednesday Stabbing Incidents

Two incidents on Wednesday morning have triggered increased efforts to locate the suspect. The police are currently in pursuit of a man dressed in a green jacket, black pants, and a surgical mask. The two incidents occurred two hours apart, raising deep concerns about public safety.

In the first incident around 7:30 a.m., a 74-year-old man and a 41-year-old man were attacked near 134th St. and Guy Brewer Blvd. in Springfield Gardens, Queens. The younger victim was stabbed in the back, and the older man was attacked in the stomach. Both were rushed to Jamaica Hospital and are expected to recover.

The second incident took place two hours later at the Myrtle Ave./Broadway train station in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, on the J/M/Z platform. The victim was transported to Woodhull Hospital in a stable condition.

Previous Stabbings and Request for Information

The random acts of violence can be traced back to a Tuesday incident where a 34-year-old woman was stabbed near 158th St. and 134th Ave, just a few blocks away from the Wednesday morning stabbing in Queens. The unknown assailant attacked the woman as she walked home, stabbing her in the side before fleeing the scene.

NYPD Chief of Detectives, Joseph Kenny, revealed through a tweet that the suspect is connected to four recent unprovoked stabbings in Rochdale Village, Queens. Following these developments, the police released surveillance footage of the suspect on Wednesday morning.

The NYPD is urging anyone with potentially helpful information to reach out to Crime Stoppers at (800) 577-TIPS, assuring that all calls will be kept confidential. The public’s assistance is critical in the swift apprehension of the individual responsible for these unprovoked and alarming attacks, ensuring the safety and security of the community.