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Three people attack 65-year-old man in Midtown subway station, breaking his nose: police

Posted at 12:29 PM, Jul 25, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-25 12:29:52-04

Man wanted by police in a subway attack on June 23, 2019 (NYPD)

MIDTOWN — Police are investigating after a man was attacked by three people while exiting a Midtown Manhattan subway station in June, police said Thursday.

On Sunday, June 23, around 4:30 a.m., the 65-year-old man was exiting the 34th St./Herald Sq. subway station, using the staircase near 32nd Street and Broadway, when two men and a woman approached him, police said.

The three unknown people began to punch the man numerous times, according to authorities.

Police said the man suffered a broken nose and a laceration to his eyebrow.

Police are looking for the three alleged attackers, but have only released the above surveillance photo of one of the men they believe is involved.

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